Posted: 01/09/2015 at 10:02
Go for it. friends of mine have been doing this in their garden ever since they visited the Blooms' garden at Foggy Bottom.
They have a large garden so indulge themselves in themes of seasonal interest, colour or form so they have a winter bed, a grasses bed (very boring), a hot colour bed, a spring bed, a cool colours bed and the latest which I have yet to see is spiky formed plants with hots colours so lots of hemerocallis, kniphofias and crrcosmia.
It does indeed mean something new to see round every corner and you do want to turn the corners.