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Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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 Wet - saturated

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 More than 100

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Transitional Homeowner Inspiration Garden

This traditional design combines elements of naturalistic styles using free form plants and formal styles incorporating a geometric layout and symmetrical organization. Such gardens are popular in residential landscapes, providing a balance between control and informality. Download design

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Ageratina havanensisShrubby boneset
White mistflower
White shrub mistflower
Havana snakeroot
Mistflower
Bouteloua dactyloidesBuffalograss
Buffalo grass
Carex blandaEastern woodland sedge
Creek sedge
Common wood sedge
Calyptocarpus vialisStraggler daisy
Horseherb
Hierba del caballo
Lawnflower
Chasmanthium latifoliumInland sea oats
Indian wood oats
Wild oats
River oats
Flathead oats
Upland Oats
Upland Sea Oats
Echinacea purpureaEastern purple coneflower
Purple coneflower
Ilex vomitoriaYaupon
Yaupon Holly
Cassina
Muhlenbergia capillarisGulf muhly
Hair-awn muhly
Hairy-awn muhly
Hair grass
Pink muhly
Salvia greggiiAutumn sage
Cherry sage
Gregg salvia
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Olmo
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