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Shade-tolerant white impatiens border. Plant 12 inches apart (measured center to center). The more tightly they are spaced, the taller they will grow. For a deeper, denser border, plant one row offset in front of another, with 10.5 inches between rows. New Guinea Impatiens have better foliage and will tolerate more sun, but are still not full sun plants. If you can provide a moist soil with some relief from the sun during the hottest hours, they are an excellent border choice. by joni

Shade-tolerant white impatiens border. Plant 12 inches apart (measured center to center). The more tightly they are spaced, the taller they will grow. For a deeper, denser border, plant one row offset in front of another, with 10.5 inches between rows. New Guinea Impatiens have better foliage and will tolerate more sun, but are still not full sun plants. If you can provide a moist soil with some relief from the sun during the hottest hours, they are an excellent border choice. by joni

Photo by Oscar de la Renta of his gardens in Kent, Connecticut. Order The Style, Inspiration, and Life of Oscar de la Renta on oscardelarenta.com

Photo by Oscar de la Renta of his gardens in Kent, Connecticut. Order The Style, Inspiration, and Life of Oscar de la Renta on oscardelarenta.com

What is it about a pea gravel path? I find myself drawn to them....loving  them...wanting one. It is March, so I though I would check in on my Home  Goals for 2012.....I've accomplished one. On the list is a Potager Garden,  the French word for a kitchen garden. The reason I keep calling mine  "Potager", is because I am trying to remind myself that it needs  some loveliness in it. Like a beautiful pea gravel path  Velvet & Linen One that says...come walk on me Source Come sit down Country…

A Pea Gravel Path

What is it about a pea gravel path? I find myself drawn to them....loving them...wanting one. It is March, so I though I would check in on my Home Goals for 2012.....I've accomplished one. On the list is a Potager Garden, the French word for a kitchen garden. The reason I keep calling mine "Potager", is because I am trying to remind myself that it needs some loveliness in it. Like a beautiful pea gravel path Velvet & Linen One that says...come walk on me Source Come sit down Country…

Hedges and espalier.  East Ruston Old Vicarage Garden | GardenVisit.com, the garden landscape guide

Hedges and espalier. East Ruston Old Vicarage Garden | GardenVisit.com, the garden landscape guide

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