Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Some of my fellow county agents were discussing a landscape that heavily features Gold Mop Chamaecyparis. Here is one example. Since the Gold Mop is growing faster, there are angles where it looks like Gold Mop is the only plant. I think the other rounded plant is barberry and I can't identify the pyrimidal one from the street. It is an interesting design, but not one I would create.