Create a Beautiful Bog Garden

Some fabulous plants will only grow in soil that is permanently moist, and even if you don't have a boggy area in your garden, it's quite easy to create one.

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Position your bog plants, still in their pots, and when you're happy with the design, plant them so that they are at the same level as in their pots, or slightly deeper. Mulch with organic matter. Keep well watered until the plants are fully established.

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© 2010 Dorling Kindersley Limited

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