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AUDIO SLIDESHOW: One Garden, Many Styles

Landscape designer Dennis Schrader is a master when it comes to unlikely combinations. He and his partner, Bill Smith, own and operate Landcraft Environments, a wholesale greenhouse in Mattituck, New York, which specializes in exotic annuals and unusual tropical plants. Dennis is coauthor of Hot Plants for Cool Climates, and his unique design style has been featured extensively in Fine Gardening magazine over the years. Recently, Dennis sat down to explain how he achieves such stunning plant combinations and to share some secrets to creating an amazing landscape.

Produced by Kate Geruntho
From Fine Gardening 119