Proper Spacing

The amount of space allotted between plants depends upon the size of the perennial at maturity. Tall plants should be featured as background in the border, medium-height plants in the middle, and dwarf varieties in front. Give perennials plenty of room to spread to their full extent, so the border looks full but not crowded.

Remember, proper spacing eliminates excessive competition for moisture and nutrients in the garden bed. In addition, air circulation reduces the risk of plant mold and mildew.

Netherlands Flowerbulb Into Cenler

Netherlands Fiowerbulb Into Centei

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