How to Plant Borders & Flower Beds?

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Plant borders and flower beds may vary depending on the types of plants and flowers you have in your garden. Plot out your desired border with string and clear any vegetation in the way. If you use an edger to trim grass or plants around the bed, be sure to plant things out of its range. Cover the bed with 2 to 4 inches of organic mulch.
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