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Plants That Like to Be Next to Each Other in the Garden

by Danielle Hill
You garden layout works on many levels, from its aesthetic design to its ease of navigation to the productivity and vitality of its individual plantings. Where you position each plant in relation to the others has a strong effect on its growth. Particularly when considering plants with edible or usa...

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