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Cindy Howe
Cindy Howe • 2 years ago

Black-eyed Susans planted by most fences aren’t solid, so plants don’t have to choose one side or the other. Perennials and reseeding annuals can start out on one side, spread by roots or seeds through the pickets, and bloom for you on the other side too. Other good choices include asters, bearded irises, bee balms, daylilies, four o’clocks, goldenrods, mums, phlox, purple coneflowers, Queen Anne’s lace, and spider flowers. All these are so pretty growing along a fence!!