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Planting Around Trees Ideas. Plantings or mulching around the base of the tree trunk can not only help protect roots from the mower's blades, but also make your existing trees a part of the landscape. While he has chosen grass for the raised bed, you could just as easily have planted flowers or even a few strawberries.
For the more adventurous, there is the idea of using multiple plants—such as ferns, hostas, ginger and impatiens—when landscaping around trees. This idea makes a good example with its circular raised flower bed. You may have once avoided sprucing up your tree's trunk with beautiful flowers because you thought the shade would ruin all your hard work.
You can also use landscape lights below trees for a dramatic nighttime accent that will create silhouettes and shadows.
Mulching or planting underneath young trees is especially important, as it can help protect tender trunks from mower and string trimmer damage.
Use New Guinea Impatiens to add pockets of color in strategic areas in a shade garden, near the deck or patio, along walkways, or tucked among other foliage under trees. Image courtesy of Cypruss Group Inc. Use a trowel or digging knife, rather than a large shovel.
Planting Around Trees Ideas
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