Hyacinth mix – add to the front of the flower beds
A fence on a raised part of the yard, in this case in a raised flower bed, adds a great deal of privacy to your yard.
Mailbox Garden – Spruce up your mailbox with some flowers by creating a base garden with retaining wall blocks.
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Amazing Alliums! • Your tulips and daffodils may still get top billing in the spring, but make sure you tuck some alliums into your flower beds as well. Here is how to grow those amazing alliums!
You will want to plant these corms (a type of bulb) in full sun and in well drained soil after danger of frost. You would plant them 3-4 inches deep with flat side down and about 5 inches apart. A great technique is planting multiples of them a week apart to have glads blooming all summer into fall!
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Our side yard is a space that Ive been working on for the last couple :: Hometalk Angie Falk