As February comes to an end and we get closer to spring, I am noticing small, underutilized areas in my yard that could use some aesthetic enhancement. Perhaps you have a bare spot, a barren corner, or a rocky slope in your yard that you could dress up with a few plants. If you do, it might be time to develop this un-gardened area by creating a pocket garden! Pocket gardens provide an opportunity to become creative with landscape design by adding plantings in small otherwise unusable areas. They are a wonderful place for flowers, herbs, succulents, and vegetables. They can be used to add color and texture and attract birds and pollinators. Once established a good pocket garden will look like it always belonged there.
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