how do i plan a flower design.

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Old 06-08-03, 03:30 PM
sherib
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Help! I have flowers all over my yard. We just can't seem to plan a flower garden. I have orange daylilies, old easter lilies, coneflowers, tulips, daphodils, regular and mini, plus a few other flowers. PLEASE I NEED HELP!!!!!!!!!! I want to make my yard moer inviting. It is a wedge shape small up front and larger in the back. We live in a mobile home park.
 
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Old 06-09-03, 03:22 PM
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sherib,

The best rule of thumb for a flower garden is - tall plants in the back and shorter plants up front. My second thought is to have various flowers which will bloom at different times. It's very difficult to have everything blooming at once, - darn near impossible actually. You can spend 20 bucks and buy a book called "Designing with Perennials". Or send me $10 and you can have mine - lol. For me, it was a waste of money - the writer confused me totally.
Buy the colors and flowers YOU like and you'll be a happy gardener.

enjoy,
fred
 
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