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Allan designs and plants flowering gardens in Montreal, Zone 5 [USDA Zone 4] .

See website, design work and favorite flowering plants at  gardengurumontreal.ca

Consultation and coaching for do-it-yourselfers is provided. Occasional emailed questions are welcome and answered free of charge. Oui, je parle francais.

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Web Photos That I Like

Here is a gardening design exercise worth trying. Two attractive perennials are planted together to create a composition that is more beautiful than either plant growing on its own. One might call it synergy in the garden. Shown here is a burgundy-leaved Heuchera with the pink Geranium "Ballerina".

This image is taken from the photo gallery Terrific Perennial Combinations at the Perennial Resources website.

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