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October 2011

Create a gorgeous garden passage

That long, narrow strip of garden along the side of the house just doesn’t seem very inspiring. These spots are often very sunny or completely shaded, and there may be eyesores like air conditioner condensers and window wells to deal with.

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Treacle mustard

The seeds of this annual sprout in fall and are green all winter. By early spring you’ll spot a low rosette of leaves about 6 in. across.

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Pineapple sage

What’s an autumn garden without annuals? This sage may be hardy where you live, but for many gardeners it’s an annual.

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Hemp nettle

This 1- to 2-ft.-tall branching annual is a member of the mint family so it has square stems. But it’s easy to distinguish from its cultivated relatives by stiff bristly hairs along the stems and on the leaves.

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