Be certain to purchase plants which are conducive to the sun and shade factors. Think about texture, height, color and balance. Choose carefully to create a blend of shrubs, trees, perennials, annuals, vines and accent pieces such as statues, urns, etc. Dig the beds as large as possible without losing perspective regarding the size of your house. Try to think about the shape of your gardens and the placement of plants. Curves and angles add so much interest to any property. The ultimate garden is a succession of bloom from spring until fall. This is achieved with the correct choices of perennials and beds peppered with annuals to add season long interest.
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