Make a Successful Merger with Fusion Garden Design

Gardens that use a range of styles can easily become confused and jumbled. To maintain clarity in your own fusion garden, check out these examples of the successful merging of styles.

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Key Ingredients

Angelica (image 1); White willow (image 2); Globeflower (image 3); Snowy woodrush (image 4); Scarlet avens (image 5)

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