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Year-Round Beauty: Growing a Layered Garden
Year-Round Beauty: Growing a Layered Garden
David Culp
Design a lovely layered garden that changes and flourishes all year long! Get design tips, create visual impact, tackle trough gardening and more for a lush retreat.
Curiously Similar
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Create a refined garden oasis with strategically placed focal points and an array of fabulous foliage you’ll enjoy year-round!
Karen  Chapman
Karen Chapman
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Discover how to create relaxed and inviting garden spaces ranging from a personal oasis to everyone's favorite hangout!
Jenny  Peterson
Jenny Peterson
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Discover how easy rose gardening can be! Learn simple techniques for planting, pruning, pest control and more for your healthiest, most beautiful roses yet.
Paul  Zimmerman
Paul Zimmerman

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