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What to plant?

Posted by beenie1 5 (My Page) on
Thu, May 27, 10 at 10:37

I just bought my first house and was so excited to here that there was a beautiful garden out back. There is at least 9 rose bushes around the perimeter a bed of lilies, poppies and things that I have no idea what they are called. This was all planted years ago by an older lady. A young family lived here for 5 years and never touched the gardens. They were so over grown and need a lot of attention. I have done a lot of weeding and trimming and now have open areas that need something.
I planted a white rhododendron in the the corner, two bleeding hearts and a hydrangea. I have fallen in love with peonies but need some feed back on placement.
Please help. Any ideas would be great.!/photo.php?pid=39262652&id=8115199
~over by the garage I planted the Hydrangea. Is this a bad spot? how big will it get?!/photo.php?pid=39262654&id=8115199&fbid=691181769112!/photo.php?pid=39262655&id=8115199&fbid=691181774102

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