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For impact, avoid putting plants with similar foliage side by side.
Welcome visitors to your home with a collection of potted plants ascending the front steps. Victoria gardener-extraordinaire Judith McLauchlan shows off a grouping of perennial heucheras, interspersed with tender trailers. For impact, she advises gardeners to avoid putting plants with similar foliage side by side. Here the silver-green stems of licorice vine (Helichrysum petiolare) zig-zag among its neighbours. Ferny twinspur (Diascia) blooms in salmon-orange, nicely setting off the rounded burgundy and silver-variegated heuchera leaves. Two dracaenas add spikey foliage into the arrangement. Judith has wisely left her other banister plant-free for safety.