The title sums up when I create a garden space, in the way many larger clients like Tenet require more for less, here at the new Transmountain hospital.
Sometimes less is more.
You pick. Minimal with impact? Or just subtle impact?
Yucca rostrata and Leucophyllum langmaniae ‘Rio Bravo’, companions in the Chihuahuan Desert below the Big Bend, are united here.
Not naturalistically, but rather, with the architecture of the space, visibilities, and negative space.
To think, this success involves “a yucca and rock”, but with shrubby companions to add warmth to the scene. Those into minimalism or modernism only need to warm up and humanize their spare scenes.
Some can do it, others can’t.
I rarely find that less is less, or more is more. It’s really about how one does either. But I’m not a hobbyist or collector!
Desert skies and mountain vistas don’t hurt, either.
11/20/17 weather: 67 / 30 / 0.00