Growing Something Gorgeous: Plants That Pop in Design

No garden design is complete without gorgeous plants. You can use plants to provide shelter, structure or scent close to a seating area. Your ideas and inspirations inject the all-important artistic input.

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Choose a range of marginals with different leaf shapes, such as these irises and astilbes, for a balanced poolside display.

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