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Shared Beds Create Excitement In The Garden

Just one plant in a bed can make for a lonely garden. But when plants share, they can benefit each other in many ways.



Red pepper plants add a burst of color and contrast when planted near geraniums or citrus trees.
Photo by Helene Pizzi
Yellow and orange marigolds, puple basil, blue salvia and other plants work well when mixed into a multilevel garden plan.
Photo by Helene Pizzi
Red and blue salvia mingle playfully with other plants to create a bivrant mixed bed.
Photo by Helene Pizzi











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