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Enjoy a beautiful garden with less work thanks to these ultraeasy, no-fuss garden plans.
You count on native plants such as purple coneflower, baptisia, goldenrod, and aster to wow your neighbors -- with hardely any effort on your part.
Garden size: 6 by 29 feet
Cheery black-eyed Susan looks great with low-care cosmos, penstemon, butterfly bush, and more in this long-flowering design.
Garden size: 11 by 11 feet
Specially designed for beginning or time-constrained gardeners, this small garden plan features some of the best low-care perennials you can grow.
Garden size: 14 by 6 feet