in the wild, plant populations are often layered, such as these mayapples growing through and above the grasslike Pennsylvania sedge. It's a habit gardeners might be wise to consider, write the authors of the new book PLANTING IN A POST-WILD WORLD.
"Weeds and Wildflowers, 2014 medicinal and edible wild cabbage, fennel and blackberry nightshade by Lauren Berkowitz 2009 @honeysuckleweeks love her work!" Photo taken by @pottingshedpub on Instagram, pinned via the InstaPin iOS App! http://www.instapinapp.com (07/27/2015)
A former vegetable garden that today is used for cut flowers. Self-seeding plants, along with vegetable plants that are grown for their flowers, play an important role here. To create such a garden requires a lot of knowledge and many interventions. One gardener has the full-time job of cultivating a 1000 m² (¼ acre) plot – self-seeding gardening at its most intense. Image: Jürgen Becker