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Landscaping with Bulbs: Size

Lanscaping with bulbs: Size and Height

When choosing your plants or bulbs, don't forget to consider the natural height of the flowers once they have grown. Just as with your colours, it is nice to mix in some perennials to your flower beds that will complement the bulbs you plant. In general, taller growing plants such as phlox, peonies, daylilies, asclepias, lilies, some allium varieties, glads, dinnerplate dahlias and cannas should be planted towards the back of the borders. Shorter plants such as hostas, Hardy Cyclamen, lilies of the valley, begonias, Blue Grape Hyacinths, crocus, Early Snowdrops and Grecian Windflowers should be planted towards the front.

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