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Formal Small-Space Garden Plan A. 27 Boxwood (Buxus ‘Green Gem’): Zones 5–9 B. 6 Rose (Rosa ‘White Wonder’): Zones 5–9 C. 6 Catmint (Nepeta ‘Six Hills Giant’): Zones 4–8

Formal Small-Space Garden Plan A. 27 Boxwood (Buxus ‘Green Gem’): Zones 5–9 B. 6 Rose (Rosa ‘White Wonder’): Zones 5–9 C. 6 Catmint (Nepeta ‘Six Hills Giant’): Zones 4–8

At the center of the Checkerboard Garden is a statue encircled by boxwoods. - Photo: Matthew Benson

At the center of the Checkerboard Garden is a statue encircled by boxwoods. - Photo: Matthew Benson

Chelsea 2013 M Centenary Garden Exhibitor: M investments Designer: Roger Platts Designed to mark the Chelsea Flower Shows centenary, this garden evokes trends and themes from Chelsea gardens past and present. Shrubs popular when the show began in 1913 and classic British design elements are mixed with modern plant varieties. Picture: Martin Pope

Chelsea 2013 M Centenary Garden Exhibitor: M investments Designer: Roger Platts Designed to mark the Chelsea Flower Shows centenary, this garden evokes trends and themes from Chelsea gardens past and present. Shrubs popular when the show began in 1913 and classic British design elements are mixed with modern plant varieties. Picture: Martin Pope

Play Create Explore: Make a Whimsical Mushroom with a Bowl and Terra Cotta Pot .. omg, toooooo cute!

Play Create Explore: Make a Whimsical Mushroom with a Bowl and Terra Cotta Pot .. omg, toooooo cute!

Your containers will take on a tropical flair when you use King Tut as your thriller. We call this combination 'Take A Bow'.

Your containers will take on a tropical flair when you use King Tut as your thriller. We call this combination 'Take A Bow'.

“Thyme"- Make More Thyme for Your Garden, pretty fragrant great ground cover that you can eat!! Lovely article out today from growveg.com

“Thyme"- Make More Thyme for Your Garden, pretty fragrant great ground cover that you can eat!! Lovely article out today from growveg.com

Love the borders (no sharp metal) but don't want to repeat pea gravel; kids dig it up!

Love the borders (no sharp metal) but don't want to repeat pea gravel; kids dig it up!