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Gardening Tip of the Day
Are you looking for a way to add a little pizzazz to your garden this year?
If you are a traditionalist and like to keep annuals with annuals, perennials with perennials and vegetables in a separate part of the garden, it may be time to take a deep breath and think outside of the box! More and more gardeners, including professionals, are mixing up the garden in order to create incredible gardens as well as maximizing space usage. Swiss Chard is not only colorful, it adds wonderful texture and height to flower beds. Tomatoes and peppers also look great with annuals and perennials. How about a pumpkin vine rambling through your perennial bed or strawberries along a walkway? The possibilities are endless.
A diverse garden is not only interesting, it serves to bring the landscape together, making smaller properties look larger and bringing a real sense of harmony throughout your property, whether you garden in square feet of acres.