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ENDLESS BLOOM PERENNIAL GARDEN; Even experienced gardeners can find it challenging to design a perennial garden where something is in bloom during every season. But our Endless Bloom Perennial Garden makes it easy. We've carefully coordinated the bloom

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A. Shasta daisy (Leucanthemum x superbum), Zones 4-9 B. Lobelia, annual C. Bearded iris (Iris x germanica), Zones 3-10 D. Brazilian verbena (Verbena bonariensis), Zones 7-11, or annual E. Rose (Rosa spp.), Zones 5-9, depending on cultivar F. Delphinium 'Pacific Giant', Zones 3-7 G. Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea), biennial Zones 4-9 H. Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus), annual I. English lavendar (Lavandula angustifolia), Zones 5-8 J. Vinca (Catharanthus roseus), annual

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Dwarf Japanese maple trees maintain a deep red color most of the year, and they look great in containers. The Dwarf Japanese maple is small in stature with profuse branching and vivid color. This tree requires little maintenance and medium water, and it does well in full to partial sun. The Dwarf maple is perfect for a patio or small yard.

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Star jasmine in planter with tellis hung on the wall just above for it to climb. Love this idea! [houzz.com]

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Colorful Cottage Garden Plan; Traditional cottage gardens often use a picket fence as a backdrop, but you can also use a wall or evergreen hedge. The idea is to create a backdrop to highlight the lovely flowers. The bed measures approximately 8'x4' and should be placed in full sun.

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