I define “perfect harmony” in the landscape as such: when plant materials accent, compliment and feed into the architecture and character of the house.
I found “perfect harmony” this weekend when I traveled up to Stillwater, MN. The Victorian, slightly traditional facade of this home was highlighted by the mixture of Annabelle Hydrangeas and creeping Junipers. Perfect.
Have you been yet to Stillwater? Get after it. Lumberjack days in late July. Reminds me much of Lansing, Ia.