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Landscape Design Trends: Designer Plants

By Botanical Decorators
January 23, 2013

Winter has officially arrived in the Washington, DC area and the Botanical Decorators design team has turned their thoughts to looking ahead to warmer spring days. After spending some time at the MANTS trade show it’s not hard to spot some exciting new trends in landscape design. Landscape designers will be able to treat their clients to some exciting new plants.

One of the trends for new landscape designs in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC areas is “designer” plants with bold, flashy colors. Echinacea is a prime example sporting such names as Hot Lava, Gum Drop, Maui Sunshine, Green Envy and Milkshake. If these photos dont get you daydreaming about your landscape design for this spring you have been out in the cold too long.

If you are looking for some creative new landscape design trends in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC give the talented award winning team at Botanical Decorators a call.

Check out their web site for some beautiful, award winning landscape projects – www.botdec.com

landscape designer plants | MD, VA, DC

echinacea ‘gum drop’

landscape designer plants | MD, VA, DC

echinacea ‘maui sunshine’

landscape designer plants | MD, VA, DC

echinacea ‘green envy’

landscape designer plants | MD, VA, DC

echinacea ‘milkshake’

Echinacea 'hot lava'

Echinacea ‘hot lava’

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