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Old 07-10-2012, 12:12 AM
muddywater muddywater is offline
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Do all the above always plant tall plants in front of sprays in flower beds .l got 4 12" pop up sprays in all the corners and he plants tall plants in front of 3 of the sprays.he is very experienced gardener but tough to change his mind.anyone else have this problem and how to fix it?
Irrigation needs to be modified to plant material. Maybe the landscape demands taller plantings. Irrigation is designed to keep the desired plant material alive. Plant material is not designed to work around irrigation layout. I am with mike, 4" sprays dont really have any business in a flower bed, i only do 1812s. Its just a few bucks more, and the clients eyes really light up when they see those things pop up.
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