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Re: Repetition vs. Specimen plantings

I don't know what the definition of mass planting is but frankly my garden
may fall into it in certain areas.  I have at least 75 clumps of Gold
Standard.  I have them broken up into different areas.  Two are around
trees, one leads down a steps in the garden, another is lined along a
pathway.  Frankly I am very discerning about how my garden looks and I like
this.  If I had planted different hostas in each of these areas I feel the
garden may have become overwhelming.  This has been done in a way to rest
the eye before going on to the next mixed bed in the garden.  Am I making
any sense?!  Anyway, I like it, and I am not a landscaper.
Beth Arnold
Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
----- Original Message -----
From: Chick <chick@bridgewoodgardens.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 9:39 AM
Subject: Re: Repetition vs. Specimen plantings

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