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Hi all, I'm a new homeowner and I have a lot of plans for my new house/garden, I am pretty much a novice so looking to learn a lot here and hopefully get some valuable advice.

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Martin
 
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Welcome Martin! Would you please tell us on your sidebar where you are, and the growing zone if possible? The USA is big, and the advice I can give for Texas gardens and plants just doesn't apply for Maine:)!
 
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I advise you keep it simple to start with, think about where you want seating areas decking or terraces, do these things first and add the plants after. It's always best to do hard landscaping first as this is the backbone of your garden and will dictate to a certain extent where you plant specimen trees shrubs and other plants.Hope this gives a little help.
 

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Hope you can work out your aspect. Which bit of the garden is sunniest, shady, driest and take some photos..
 
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Welcome to the forums. Its nice to find people from New England, I'm in Western Ma. near the Big E :LOL:
 

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