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Planting Around Patio. Plants that prefer part shade aren't going to be happy sizzling in hot afternoon sun. Subtle shifts in furniture and plant materials break up a broad patio.
Create a small herb garden adjacent to your patio, or place them in pots. Look for plants in bold colors of red, yellow, orange or coral, with a few deep green foliage plants for contrast. When planting in containers on the patio or deck, always be aware of the combined weight of any one pot and its contents.
If your patio has borders, you could plant them in the ground, too.
Place the plant in the center of a garden bed, or at the back of a garden against a fence for tropical height.
Pile some huge rose bushes at the corners of your deck. Just read the labels to be sure perennials are suited to your winter climate (check your USDA Hardiness zone). Sure, plants are pretty around the base of a tree, but they require water and maintenance in the form of regular fertilizing and occasional trimming..
Planting Around Patio
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