Gardening Wisdom For Beginners or Non-Gardeners

Gardening Wisdom For Beginners or Non-Gardeners

Group Things Together

group things together
Cozy Little House

"Group container plantings together, as it makes for a much prettier setting. Think of it as an outdoor vignette. " Decorating Your Outdoor Space and Container Gardens -- Cozy Little House

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