they're all nice plants, but the combination of them is poorly done.all of my gardens are perennials. hardly ever plant any annuals. View attachment 11834
they're all nice plants, but the combination of them is poorly done
when it comes to planting a proper border there's plenty of rules actually.Every gardener has their own ideas on choice of plants and planting schemes. There are no set rules Icecold.
it's my work, I'm bound to have a different vision on it.Looking at the various threads you have posted on Icecold, it would seem you are the only person capable of gardening. There are no set rules as we all garden for pleasure.
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