I am not usually fond of variegated foliage, finding it somewhat sickly looking. But this variegated Buxus sempervirens has caught my attention.
In Jake Hobson's book "The Art of Creative Pruning" he shows how it has been used by the French landscape designer Yves Gosse de Gorre in the "Chambre Jaune" at his wonderful private garden, Sericourt, north of Paris
This has got me thinking. The unusual combination of the clipped golden foliage set against white crushed limestone is fresh and delightful. Our local Mt Buckaroo quarry produces excellent limestone. So I sense a new project coming on.