Ramblings of a 'New American' Gardener
No one appears to have noticed Oudolf's plantings in these photographs. It looks a bit too much like everyday scrub to the city-distracted average Joe, perhaps. It's bit young yet, though...
I don't think most people notice plants. Oh, when the plants are really big, some people feel intimidated, or if a plant is a spectacle, it may be noticed. Maybe they will be in the future after the newness of the elevated environment wears off and the plantings grow in. You're right though; the plantings are incidental to all the strolling, handstands, sunning, and chatter of the folks on a sunny day. It's a lively scene.
Hi James, just found your blog, love it! Love to see your garden sometime...Brian
Brian, if you ever come to the northeast, youre welcome to come visit.