Set Plants Together Before You Buy

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The key to putting plants together is to go to a large greenhouse and look at all of the plants. Then find ones you like and put them in the "circle" you are going to plant them in. This will allow you to see if something is too dark, or not the right color to be in the clump of new flowers. You will want one large one for the middle (or centerpiece) and then fill in around it. Make sure to ask if the plants all like it wet, sunny, dry, or shady. You'll want to put like plants together.


I hope this helps someone out!

By Misty from Wooster, OH


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