How to Design a Perennial Garden : Color Schemes in a Perennial Garden

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Each part of a perennial garden can have its own color scheme, from oranges and reds to blues and purples. Learn how to create color schemes for a garden of …

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  1. I strongly agree with this well-experienced gardener. It may look
    deceptively simple but it is not easy to achieve. But I would rather give
    it a try. The flowers are well arranged and very pretty. 

  2. Day lilies grow along side the road back here in the Ozarks but they are
    all the orange type. How do they get there? I can’t imagine some gardener
    digging up the bulbs and throwing them out on the highway.

  3. Vvery pretty but pplants arouund other plants make them biggger and prettty
    k Deep plant roots help other shallow plant rootsGet the micro environment
    going mycorrhiza

  4. Loved your video. All I have in daylilies is the tiger lilies like you can
    find growing alongside country roads but they’re pretty too.

  5. I agree entirely ! So many people just buy plants without considering the
    overall effect. Just like their house interiors. Nice video

  6. Regarding those orange daylilies: Is it possible to change their color
    using acid or lime dust? I am going to give it a try.

  7. great vid,i wish this woman was my mom. mine emptied my bank account,killed
    my dog for no reason and abandoned me long brfore she left the house to
    start a new family,all before i was fifteen.

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