High Contrast Impact in the Garden

I am focusing on white and green this morning, but, the effect of it is hard to miss. I am working with an eight foot tall historic brick masonry wall that is covered in Fig Ivy (so much that I had to trim it yesterday) and I am interested in these high contrast pieces. The bottom photo is Climbing Hydrangea, Hydrangea anomala subspecies petiolaris, and it is perfect for the shade that a wall creates, and, alas, gives you that white, lacy bloom, to boot. The garden features in stark white paired with the white blooms really set the whole picture to music. What a duet.

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