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What Spacing Of Mixed Flowers?

Zone 20816 | jonxian added on March 15, 2020 | Answered

What should the spacing of a mixture of different flowers that bloom at different times be? For example , if 12" space is required for Flower A, can Flower B which requires the same spacing be placed in between Flowers A? Or should the spacing be 12" for all , regardless of whether A or B?

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    GKH_Susan
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    Answered on March 15, 2020

    If flowers A and B both need 12 inches of space between them, you can plant all with 12 inches between them. However, if A and B bloom at different times, it may be more pleasing to the eye to keep same variety of plants together, forming drifts.

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