The wild garden style draws its inspiration from the essence of nature. While it may appear to exist in a state of wild abandon, the garden is in fact based on naturally occurring plant communities. Among these are woodlands, grassland prairie, wetlands, and chaparral. The gardens are composed of one or all of these communities to create a microcosm of a much larger regional landscape…
Back in the 1920s when Monrovia decided to start growing plants in containers, it seemed like a revolutionary idea. But founder Harry Rosedale believed that plants would endure less trauma if they remained in their container until they were ready to be planted in the landscape.
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