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rosemarieGardener's FIR/HOSTA South garden

Garden Type: Border | Sun: Full Shade | Soil: Sandy Loam | Established: 2011 | Organic

This garden is comprised of a clump of ‘fir’ trees and I’ve edged the North face of this clump with hosta plants in a ‘curvy’ border.

An outdoor organic garden located in Jackson Town, Waldo County, Maine, United States, rosemarieGardener's FIR/HOSTA South garden currently contains 15 plants.

This is a Border garden that is known to be in USDA Hardiness Zone 5b. It has mainly Sandy Loam soil and receives Full Shade light.


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