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Swords and StarsSwords and Stars<div class="ExternalClass384B35933E6D4E67A4A2313888C41E1E"><p>​This garden bed design is a smaller version of 'Swords and Bells'. It is a good choice for a shady spot that is sheltered from the wind. It needs soil that drains well in the winter and doesn’t get too waterlogged.​<br></p></div>https://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/_w/SwordsStarsThumb_jpg.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SwordsStarsThumb_jpg.jpg11<div class="ExternalClassBF36F4C619EF46929BDA1EDC6B1017AD"><p>To properly maintain your garden, and for best results: </p><ul><li>Prepare the garden bed with a good quality soil. There should be a minimum soil depths of 30 cm for perennials, 45 cm for shrubs and 60 cm for trees. </li><li>Every spring, apply 5 cm of well-rotted compost or manure annually in the spring (try not to pile it up around woody stems).</li><li>Remove weeds as required, and inspect for pests and disease every week or two in the spring and summer. </li><li>Ensure plants receive a minimum of 5 cm of water weekly during the spring and summer. </li><li>Remove and compost ‘spent’ blooms and leaves in the fall. </li><li>Prune only to remove misplaced or damaged stems as needed during the summer. The plants suggested here should not require pruning to reduce size. </li></ul> </div><div class="ExternalClass3E39CEC37232497FBBCEC0D7CC1F649A">1. This presentation does not reflect coordinated flowering time<br>2. Linear bed shown is 1m wide and 2m long </div>https://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/SwordsAndStars.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/SwordsAndStars.jpghttps://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/SwordsAndStarsAerial.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/SwordsAndStarsAerial.jpg

 

 

vine maple (Acer circinatum)vine maple (Acer circinatum)ACAs shown1.00000000000000GP0|#2a4c0104-51da-4e71-8502-9c66d446f91f;L0|#02a4c0104-51da-4e71-8502-9c66d446f91f|Vine Maple;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
deer fern (Blechnum spicant)deer fern (Blechnum spicant)bc40 cm2.00000000000000GP0|#76ca7182-36c6-4806-bde5-40dc172626a6;L0|#076ca7182-36c6-4806-bde5-40dc172626a6|Deer Fern;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
sword fern (Polystichum munitum)sword fern (Polystichum munitum)pm75 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#4ae92b9d-0332-43ed-a981-c883e5508055;L0|#04ae92b9d-0332-43ed-a981-c883e5508055|Sword Fern;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
Henderson's shooting star (Doedecatheon hendersonii)Henderson's shooting star (Doedecatheon hendersonii)dh20 cm6.00000000000000GP0|#f74a86c7-576a-4fc9-9ad1-c336f721372d;L0|#0f74a86c7-576a-4fc9-9ad1-c336f721372d|Pacific Bleeding Heart;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240dfGP0|#78eb5267-bb9a-4e72-ad05-21f024330c84;L0|#078eb5267-bb9a-4e72-ad05-21f024330c84|Hendersons Shooting Star;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
western wild ginger (Asarum caudatum)western wild ginger (Asarum caudatum)ac40 cm2.00000000000000GP0|#cdbd823c-d8f0-490e-98bb-dd29c1a8fa04;L0|#0cdbd823c-d8f0-490e-98bb-dd29c1a8fa04|Redwood Sorrel;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240dfGP0|#0e919c93-8e7a-420b-9f7b-aa2bea33a0bf;L0|#00e919c93-8e7a-420b-9f7b-aa2bea33a0bf|Western Wild Ginger;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df

 

 

Swords and StarsSwords and Stars<div class="ExternalClass384B35933E6D4E67A4A2313888C41E1E"><p>​This garden bed design is a smaller version of 'Swords and Bells'. It is a good choice for a shady spot that is sheltered from the wind. It needs soil that drains well in the winter and doesn’t get too waterlogged.​<br></p></div>https://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/_w/SwordsStarsThumb_jpg.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SwordsStarsThumb_jpg.jpg11<div class="ExternalClassBF36F4C619EF46929BDA1EDC6B1017AD"><p>To properly maintain your garden, and for best results: </p><ul><li>Prepare the garden bed with a good quality soil. There should be a minimum soil depths of 30 cm for perennials, 45 cm for shrubs and 60 cm for trees. </li><li>Every spring, apply 5 cm of well-rotted compost or manure annually in the spring (try not to pile it up around woody stems).</li><li>Remove weeds as required, and inspect for pests and disease every week or two in the spring and summer. </li><li>Ensure plants receive a minimum of 5 cm of water weekly during the spring and summer. </li><li>Remove and compost ‘spent’ blooms and leaves in the fall. </li><li>Prune only to remove misplaced or damaged stems as needed during the summer. The plants suggested here should not require pruning to reduce size. </li></ul> </div>

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