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Q.What can I do with brick planters to have plants every season?

Zone 8B | cyndib added on March 11, 2012 | Answered


I have 2 brick flower beds in front of my home. One is L-shaped and 12ft L. x 1ft W. x 2ft H. The 2nd brick planter drops down from 1st one I mentioned. It is about 8ft L. x 1ft W. x 1ft H. I would like to know what is best to plant there for all seasons and is also low maintenance? Thank you!

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Answered on March 18, 2012

If I were you, I would look at sedums. There are several varieties in many heights, shapes and colors. Many varieties are also evergreen, so you would have year round plants. Plus, they are heat and drought tolerant, which makes them easier to grow in stone and brick planters.

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