Life Lesson: Things Look Better in Groups
A few weeks ago, I walked up to our house and noticed the plants looking especially lovely. It took me a moment to put my finger on what had changed, but then I figured it out: They were in a group!
Normally, I have all my pots in a straight line. But the landscapers in our townhomes must’ve moved everything when they trimmed the palm trees. When they put things back… voila!
Plants in groups have height. They have depth. They have chunks of color, as opposed to looking like a bunch of pizza toppings scattered all over the lawn.
It’s the cheerleader effect.