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Quick impact

By: Garden Gate staff
Try this easy way to get a full-looking border faster.

Quick impact

If you have a hole in your border but don’t want to wait for slow-growing perennials to fill in, try this: The hosta (Hosta spp. and hybrids) in photo at left is actually a group of four. These gallon-sized plants were placed in the ground so close together that the foliage overlaps — it makes them look like one giant plant and creates stunning impact.

Published: Aug. 19, 2014
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