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xiao1235 Posted: 28-Dec-18 02:57
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planted with old-fashioned flowers. You must have feature plants as well as filler and anchor plants. For this garden, roses are the best feature plants, and anchor plants are those that create a backdrop to the garden design. Evergreens, boxwood, conifers and other small trees are example of
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bored because they will be being to see different angles of the garden. Just remember to maintain proportion among all areas. And to emphasize the different areas, it is best to divide them with hedges which are made up of flowers like boxwood, wegiela, and other tall-growing plants. Divider plants
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