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“Being British, he loves gardens,” Bossler says of the homeowner. When starting the project, Sanderson sent Bosler a picture of an English country garden for inspiration. “There were various heights. I didn’t want it to be flat. I wanted color and height,” says Sanderson. “I I want to see something soft and alive. ”
It may feel out of place for a Southern California garden to draw inspiration from an English garden, but Bosler accepted the challenge and adapted the style to fit the location. “I observed the colors and textures of an English garden, and there was a softness she wanted to infuse into the space,” she says. She then turned to native and drought-tolerant plants from Australia and South Africa to create her palette.
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