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Definition of architectural plant

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Definition as written by Terry:

A subjective term, typically referring to large, woody plants that are the "permanent residents" of a garden bed or "room", providing year-round interest and definition.

Most gardeners select architectural plants that are evergreens (or that provide other winter interest such as beautiful bark or branching), as well as favoring those that have a distinctive form or shape.

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