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Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

Posted by leannejh 10 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 9, 11 at 17:09

What are some good things to plant behind a small boxwood border? There is one Iceberg rose in the middle now which I plan on keeping there, looking for ideas of what to plant around the Iceberg. Thanks.


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RE: Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

Leannejh, can you post some photos of this area for us? I would say more roses, maybe some nice David Austin English roses to go with the boxwood border, but if you post up some photos, that would be most helpful.

Patty S.


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RE: Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 10, 11 at 18:40

More 'Icebergs', and Geranium 'Rozanne' (or 'Jolly Bee', which is very similar). White and lavender-blue with a boxwood frame looks really good.


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RE: Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

I second more Icebergs!
Renee


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RE: Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

Thanks everyone, but how do I post a photo here?


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RE: Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

Easy peasy, leannejh. Upload your photos to Photobucket.com. Then, copy the .html code (there's lots of code options, but you'll want to select the .html code, NOT the .jpg code). Once copied, then just start a new message to your thread, and copy in that .html code. Your photo will then appear right in your message! Very cool that our forum allows for .html code I think!

Patty S.


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RE: Dwarf English Boxwood Border ideas

I have a Fliker account, will that work? Where do you find the "code"? Thanks, I did read all this in Help section, but still dont get it.


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