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August 31, 2012 • 1 Comment
May 8, 2013 at 9:29 am
My husband and I have bought and moved into my childhood home. When I was a girl, there was a rock garden, and everyone who’s lived here in the intervening years has simply ruined this little area. They planted myrtle, or vinca, and a couple of huge hostas. I got the hostas out yesterday and gave them away because they overpowered the rest of the garden. The myrtle seems to be the biggest problem. I’m also wondering what to plant once I get rid of that. I have just a few poetica narcissus and some white violets left over from the old garden. I also planted a mock orange at the edge, next to our side porch. Any suggestions, or advice about what to plant would be helpful. The garden has a southern exposure.
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