Direct sowing of ornamental plants + garden design principles | Volunteer Gardener

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  • Katie Kane

    Very nice, gentlemen! Less lawn & more flowers are always great. I'm sure the pollinators like it as much as the neighbors. I'm in a new-to-us home in N. Georgia with 1/3 acre "lawn" which has never really been maintained. To my surprise & delight, much is not grass but native perennials of many varieties. By timing mowing, we're enjoying no fuss flowers while I develop bed areas. Too much structure doesn't please me anyhow. I vote yes for controlled chaos!

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