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In the modern fusion style garden anything goes. It could be best defined as an edgy patchwork of unexpected plant combinations that you would not normally find, but that somehow just work. There are strong contrasts in colour and shape, and repetition is used to tie the whole thing together.

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To achieve the modern fusion style garden look, you will need to seamlessly blend a variety of striking and interesting plants. Start by combining low-growing natives like Scleranthus ‘Lime Lava‘ and Casuarina ‘Cousin It’ with naturally ball-shaped plants such as Pittosporum ‘Miss Muffet’ or the ‘Oriental Pearl’ Indian Hawthorn. Introduce soft, loosely-styled plants like Limonium ‘Sea Lavender’, Asparagus ‘Foxtail Fern’, or variegated Lomandra ‘Tanika’ to add a touch of gentle elegance. To add a finishing touch, incorporate bright silver succulents like Senecio ‘Chalk Sticks’ or Cotyledon ‘Silver Waves’.

For a captivating focal point in your modern fusion style garden, consider a feature plant like a cloud-pruned Luma apiculata ‘Myrtus Luma’. Alternatively, for a striking architectural statement, the Aloe barberae ‘Tree Aloe’ can be an excellent choice. The key is to create a perfect balance between controlled shapes and free-flowing forms, resulting in a harmonious and visually intriguing landscape.

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