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Long-Blooming Garden Plans
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Planning a Border Garden for the Spring - The Charming Detroiter
Planning a Border Garden for the Spring - The Charming Detroiter
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20 Stunning Pathway Ideas for your Garden | Transform your garden
20 Stunning Pathway Ideas for your Garden | Transform your garden
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Gardening on a Slope: Tips and Ideas for Creating a Beautiful Hillside Garden
Slopes to Smiles: Transform Your Backyard with Enchanting Hillside Gardens. Explore the captivating world of gardening on slopes through this comprehensive guide. Gain insights into the art of retaining wall construction, the selection of plants that thrive in uphill environments, and the creative approaches to maximizing the potential of your terrain. With the help of this article, you'll be able to fashion an outdoor oasis that boasts both visual appeal and practicality.
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How to plant Emerald Green Arborvitae & other privacy trees as a hedge
Spacing examples for Emerald Green Arborvitae Privacy Trees. I’ve included some photos to show the difference in spacing as the hedge grows. ‘Emerald Green’ Arborvitae have a slow to moderate growth rate (about 6-12″/year). In the first few years after planting, my trees grew at 6″ per year. Once they got established (about 3-4 years after planting), they began growing at a faster rate (about 12″). I would recommend spacing Emerald Greens between 36″ and 48″ from trunk to trunk.
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Simple Secrets to Arrange Plants In Your Garden – 3 Easy Formulas Lay Out Plants
3 easy formulas to arrange and lay out plants in a garden bed. Here are three simple ways that you can arrange plants in your landscape for that beautiful layered look that you want. Use these steps to create a more professional looking garden at home. Learn how to arrange plants in garden beds and why these plant placement tricks actually work so you can be a better gardener and improve the design of your landscape with well arranged plant combinations that work for any home garden.
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Arrange Plants In Your Garden - 4 Simple Ways
Arranging plants in your garden… many beginner gardeners really struggle with it. Learn 3 three simple ways to arrange plants and lay out garden beds that beautiful layered landscape that you want. Use these planting design tips to create a more professional and organic looking garden at home. Learn how planting in drifts, design plantings around focal points and creating organic rows of plants can be simple with illustrated examples. #ArrangePlants #PlantingDesign #GardenBedLayout
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