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Mont Albert HouseTransitional Landscape, Melbourne

This is an example of a transitional garden path in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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    Annie Thornton added this to These 4 Planting Strategies Can Save You MoneyJul 17, 2017

    4. Buy young potted trees and shrubs. This advice follows the grass-and-flower strategy described in strategy No. 1. Go to nearly any nursery and you’ll see attractive trees and shrubs that are often too big for their containers, tucked inside relatively small pots or bags where their roots are surely circling and girdling the main trunk. A shrub like this will be roughly $50, and a tree could be $150 or more. Instead, you can look around for specialist tree and shrub growers who sell younger, less expensive woody plants. The affordability of these smaller plants means you can buy more and get the look you want sooner. Younger plants will also establish faster and with less shock than more mature and root-bound plants. Buy dozens, if you need them, and maybe consider asking for a small discount. Tell us: What advice would you give in curbing landscape costs? What has been your experience and learning process?More10 Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring a Landscape Designer6 Ways You Can Save on Your Garden RenovationYou May Never Have to Buy These Plants AgainFind a landscape pro near you

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    cecimo added this to patios, pools and plantsFeb 4, 2018

    4. Buy young potted trees and shrubs. This advice follows the grass-and-flower strategy described in strategy No. 1. Go to nearly any nursery and you’ll see attractive trees and shrubs that are often too big for their containers, tucked inside relatively small pots or bags where their roots are surely circling and girdling the main trunk. A shrub like this will be roughly $50, and a tree could be $150 or more. Instead, you can look around for specialist tree and shrub growers who sell younger, less expensive woody plants. The affordability of these smaller plants means you can buy more and get the look you want sooner. Younger plants will also establish faster with less shock than more mature and root-bound plants. Buy dozens/ consider asking for a small discount.

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