Claude Monet's garden in Giverny
Courtesy of Maria Fleming via Fine Living Magazine
Fruit trees don't have to stand alone!
I love the mass planting at the base of these fruit trees . . . looks like impatiens to me, a plant that I have used extensively in my garden to liven up boring spots in the shade.
Find a flowering plant that works in your climate and fill in those boring spots in your garden!
Check out more photos of Claude Monet's spectacular garden . . . click here.