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What are good barrier plants to use between the active bed area, and the grow mulch area of a mandala garden here in the rainy Pacific Northwest?
 
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chives, multiplying onions, daylillies, daffodills, comfrey, rhubarb, etc.
 
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Do I have to have rhubarb, I don't like it.  .

I had already started with elephant garlic and daylilies. Thanks!
 
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