Downsizing without sacrificing style

A backyard doesn’t have to be large to grow a variety of trees, shrubs, perennials and vegetables. Sheri Gramer tours a beautiful space that has border beds all along the house foundation and fence line. There are some stunning specimens.

Gardener Extras

  1. A resilient, easy-care rose, Peggy Martin is cold hardy and disease and pest resistant, making it a good choice for beginners.
  2. Garlic requires a large pot with a minimum depth of 8 inches and good drainage. Press each clove 3 inches deep into the soil and space 4 inches apart to allow room to develop.
  3. A spiral antenna using copper wire inserted into the ground maximizes the exposure of the plant's roots to the electrical charges present in the atmosphere.

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