September 1999
Garden Design;1999 Garden Design Show, p43
The article features the container garden by garden designer April Gonzales. It explores the concept of the design which was cited as a potted retreat. It relates that the elegant structure was defined in the border of silver artemisia, salvia, and juniper. Moreover, it cites several flowers found at the garden including pale moonflowers, yellow gazania, purple heliotrope, and asylums.


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