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I just got some bulbs and plants in the mail. I also bought some plants locally. I am wondering how to group everything. Bulbs are; poppy anemone, ranunculus, and hardy glads. I bought blueberry and grape. My trees are cherry and chestnut. I have a nice asparagus bed in. I also have potted trees of paw paw, mulberry, and fig. My artic kiwi is doing well in its permanent (I hope) home. Oh, also some potted hollyhock that over wintered well.
Any suggestions as to how to make all happy appreciated
I almost forgot my wild plum. It is out in the pasture but fenced away grom horses and goats.
 
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