A small, narrow space feels larger when divided diagonally. Strong structural planting creates the bones of a garden through the seasons.

A small, narrow space feels larger when divided diagonally. Strong structural planting creates the bones of a garden through the seasons.

Umbrella Bamboo 'Asian Wonder' New in 2015 Umbrella Bamboo are easy to grow and quick to fill out, making them a top foliage choice for privacy screening and blocking road noise and traffic pollution. Clump forming Fargesia 'Asian Wonder' is even more of a treat, with ruby red stems and olive green foliage giving it an incredibly tropical appearance. As the canes mature, strip some of the lower foliage away to show off the highly decorative stems. A top architectural plant for adding…

Umbrella Bamboo 'Asian Wonder' New in 2015 Umbrella Bamboo are easy to grow and quick to fill out, making them a top foliage choice for privacy screening and blocking road noise and traffic pollution. Clump forming Fargesia 'Asian Wonder' is even more of a treat, with ruby red stems and olive green foliage giving it an incredibly tropical appearance. As the canes mature, strip some of the lower foliage away to show off the highly decorative stems. A top architectural plant for adding…

Curved fence:  Pond garden with centrepiece ribbon of woven rebar steel, deck area for sitting, wildflower meadow mat of native plants, green roof and wooden screen fencing - 'Reinforcing nature' at Gardening Scotland 2010

Curved fence: Pond garden with centrepiece ribbon of woven rebar steel, deck area for sitting, wildflower meadow mat of native plants, green roof and wooden screen fencing - 'Reinforcing nature' at Gardening Scotland 2010

A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank")  fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins

A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank") fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins

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