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Jonesboro, GA (Zone 7B)
Question by MYSSKIM212
April 2, 2007
I AM NEW TO GARDENING, AND I HAVE A VERY NICE SIZED FRONT AND BACK YARD. I FIRST WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHICH PERENNIALS ARE THE EASIEST TO MAINTAIN? AS WELL AS THE EASIEST FRUIT TREES TO MAINTAIN. ALSO I HAVE A 11 BY 11 GAZEBO WITH SHELVES THAT I WOULD LIKE TO PUT SOME NICE PLANTS ON. WHAT TYPE OF PLANTS DO YOU SUGGEST FOR THIS? i LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU. tHANK YOU IN ADVANCE


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Answer from NGA
April 2, 2007

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Kimberly,

Your question is actually several in one. We are able to provide more detail with individual questions but here are some helpful suggestions. For perennials try Salvia Indigo Spires or Mystic Spires, daylilies, and Mexican bush sage. Fruit trees that require less care and spraying include persimmons and pears. For the gazebo I might go with trailing types of petunias and fan flower (Scaevola).

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