Tuesday’s Terrace: Hydrangeas and Petunias in Greece Part II

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This terrace planting is gunning for boldness in the bright magenta flowers of Hydrangea macrophylla and the colorful froth of petunias on the right. The contrast is made more striking by the pale walls and stucco roof of this otherwise ordinary Greek residence. One can see what is a productive vegetable garden with cucumbers and tomatoes in the front. Utility and beauty can be best to describe the dual aims of this Greek terrace.  ~ Eric

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