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 Placing your garden



New garden planting that will be susceptible to spray drift.  You can see the elevated drip hose, however.





Roses planted on the side of a pond.  The area is covered with weed barrier--drip lines and pins holding the cover down for a couple of years till the roses become established.  More holes will have to be cut to allow rose suckers to emerge.





Garden planted behind a wind break. This will help protect the insects from spray drift.



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