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    Replace seasonal plants... This method is used in many public gardens.💚💚💚

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    Hosta 'Empress Wu'

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    Radiant, Dahlia

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    Climbing rose - Handel

    Purple Pansies.

    ~ incredible angel white lilac, beautiful~