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Seth435
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Feb 27, 2021, 10:02 PM

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This dream garden creates a unifying sense. Why not extend your garden blooms every time with other plants like tulips, annuals and perennials that will grow annually with little maintenance? Space your flowers out so that the tulips stand taller than your shorter, low-growing annuals and perennials.


carter35
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Feb 27, 2021, 10:10 PM

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Planting clear, primary tulips will automatocally lead to a festive effect in a mixed flower bed. We can aslo add that the Daylily, Catnip, Salvia and Bells of Ireland are all great companions for tulips and ones to consider if youíre thinking about recreating this wonderful full flower bed.


Ann435
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Feb 27, 2021, 10:17 PM

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Its is necessaty that you donít neglect the side yard! Plant bizzy lizzies in a flower box and around the edge of a modest foundation bed. On the other hand Moscow as seen here https://felicita-flowers.com/en-gb/moscow/ likes to use use red or their pink and white blossoms with plantings of deep green hosta lilies. However the hosta lilies are mostly planted for their foliage, now and then they send up spires that bear small, lavender, violet or white flowers.

 
 
 


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