Choosing a Planting Style
Whether you want your garden to be formal or wild and rambling, decide on the style, then follow it through with appropriate plants and materials.
- Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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Most households have recycling bins and trash cans that take up space and look unsightly. Here, a small shed with a roof planted up with baby tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) hides them and blends in with the garden.
Growing fruit and vegetables in raised beds makes them easier to tend. The beds can also double as seats where space is limited.
Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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