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Pasco, WA
(Zone 6b)

October 14, 2011
3:31 PM

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Has anyone had any experience with ornamental kale? I bought 6 good sized plants ( 3 white and 3 purple) and am trying to see how to plant them together to look their best. I have never had them before, but always thought they were so pretty in other people's yards when I see them! Pictures would be great if you have them! Here is a picture of them just set in one of beds, not planted yet. Please ignore all the dying foliage on things. I haven't got this bed cleaned up yet. I separated my sternum at work and haven't been able to do much of anything! My husband is gonna help me get these planted. Also, how long will they look good? Then do they just die and get dug out?

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