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Specialty Gardening: Cutting Garden

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Blacklick, OH

April 16, 2007
10:29 PM

Post #3399870

I am designing a formal cutting garden and would appreciate any help with identifying plant material (roses, oriental lilies, dahlia, peony, etc.). Also, any suggestions on how many of each variety I should plant in mass? Thank you.


United States
(Zone 5b)

April 17, 2007
11:28 PM

Post #3403489

Odd numbers of each look better... 3, 5, 7... etc. Frankly I'd do as many as you can. I think a mass has such an impact!
West Pottsgrove, PA
(Zone 6b)

April 19, 2007
12:14 AM

Post #3407140

This site has some good ideas about cutting gardens, and it talks about choosing plants too

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