“Moonlight gardens–planted with white and silvery flowers that glow after dark–became an early 20th century fad in both the US and Europe. After having a dream about a garden that shimmered in twilight, in the 1950s Vita Sackville-West created a white garden at Sissinghurst Castle that today remains England’s most visited garden.
And when archeologists stumbled recently upon the ruins of a lost garden at the Taj Mahal where night-blooming white flowers filled the air with perfume in the 17th century, the evidence helped solve a mystery dating to ancient Persia: What makes a moonlight garden?”
If you want the answer to this question, you’ll have to read the article and check out all of the great ideas included there. What I like about the moonlight garden idea, is that you can do it on any scale. It would work on patio gardens, balcony gardens, urban gardens and as a smaller garden in your larger garden.
To read more, click on the 11 Ideas to Steal for a Moonlight Garden link below.