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Oklahoma City, OK

May 30, 2008
4:14 PM

Post #5026094

im thinking this mess needs to be arranged. maybe some stuff removed and potted. i thought it was gonna look good and the calla lillies and elephant ears (i thought id gotten out of there last fall) popped up. any suggestions?

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Arlington, GA
(Zone 8a)

May 30, 2008
4:19 PM

Post #5026114

I think it looks great, Give it time to fill in and you will be surprised how lovey it will be.
Maybe one small suggestion, Add something tall to it along the back and perfect...
Oklahoma City, OK

May 30, 2008
4:48 PM

Post #5026221

you dont think the elephant ears are gonna be a bit much? and thank you so much. its nice to hear that it looks okay. it seems that with gardening you work really hard and get these "great" ideas, and then when your done you take a step back and look at it, like, 'that is not what i pictured in my head AT ALL.' and then you question everything. am i the only one? anyways.
Arlington, GA
(Zone 8a)

May 30, 2008
5:27 PM

Post #5026464

Nope! I have reworked so many gardens because they didn't"look" just like I thought they would
How big where your EE's last year? You may need to move them if they become large, or add one to the other side for balance, And always remember the plants need time to fill in. It took me a looong time to learn that
Urbandale, IA

June 2, 2008
3:45 PM

Post #5040786

Looks fine now...
Oklahoma City, OK

June 2, 2008
4:16 PM

Post #5040947

cool. im sold! thanks so much!
Woodway, TX
(Zone 8a)

June 2, 2008
9:56 PM

Post #5042406

I agree with the others' comments about your raised planter. If you really want suggestions, though, what if you took the planter on the ground and suspended it on the wall centered under the windows? Mowing would be easier.

Oklahoma City, OK

June 2, 2008
10:03 PM

Post #5042443

that is a good idea. i just moved that planter to the side of the house. it is flowers that my girls picked out. they just had to have pink, and i didnt think it would go good with everything else, so i stuck them in there.

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