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  • Growing a monochrome garden

    Doreen Guenther, head grower at FarWest Landscape and Garden Center in Boise, celebrates color by limiting it. She describes a monochrome garden that includes flowers that may only have splashes of burgundy, or has hues of burgundy or has burgundy foliage.

Doreen Guenther, head grower at FarWest Landscape and Garden Center in Boise, celebrates color by limiting it. She describes a monochrome garden that includes flowers that may only have splashes of burgundy, or has hues of burgundy or has burgundy foliage. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Doreen Guenther, head grower at FarWest Landscape and Garden Center in Boise, celebrates color by limiting it. She describes a monochrome garden that includes flowers that may only have splashes of burgundy, or has hues of burgundy or has burgundy foliage. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Believe it or not, a monochrome garden can add color, flair to your yard

March 10, 2017 6:41 PM