Pattern of Trio

It’s something born out of habit from don’t know when. Always visit the local botanical garden. In my younger days, the impinging reason is probably because it’s free. Nowadays, it’s for inspiration.

Like this planting of cabbage trees in Queens Park, Invercargill. It’s all planted in different pattern of threes.

In this planting, it features 2 individuals and a grouping of 3.

And 2 individuals and a group of 4.

One individual and 2 group of 3s.

A basic one here of 3 individuals.

One individual and a pair.

Different plays to the number 3. Adaptable to just about anything in garden landscaping. Mix and match and stack it with different types of plants. Just a soothing pattern that works.


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