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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of underplant.


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  • Every bed was underplanted with pansies to complement the bulb blooms.

    Daffodils 2010 « Fairegarden

  • Moving across the front from the barberry barrier can be seen the cherry tree in the middle, underplanted with a variety of winterberry hollies, Ilex verticillata culitvars.

    No Mow « Fairegarden

  • The focus circle is more purely decorative and should contain the de rigueur apothecary rose for authenticity and underplanted will a hardy lavender such as 'Hidcote' or 'Munstead.'


  • The Beech hedge along the Camellia walk has been newly underplanted with the blue flowering Muscari 'Cantab' which flowers in early spring, followed in late spring by the allium 'Purple Sensation' which has purple globes of flowers on 2 foot stems.

    Bluebell And Spring Spectacular At Hole Park Gardens

  • Near your patio would be perfect and they can be underplanted with great success too.

    About Those Azaleas-My Signature Plants « Fairegarden

  • The entrance to the house and gardens at this amazing attraction is a long winding road past mature stands of conifers and deciduous trees underplanted with flowering shrubs, ferns and wildflowers.

    Your Happy Place « Fairegarden

  • And it has two nice fences of tropical hardwood trees, you have the shade trees planted in year one, then you underplanted with the sugar palms, and you plant this thorny fence.

    Willie Smits restores a rainforest

  • The delicate spray of flowering cherries underplanted with miniture umbrellas of red Japanese maples no more than two feet high, almost bonsai, shimmers in the moonlight mirror of an elegant Egyptian water garden.


  • The trees are well cared for, mulched properly, no volcanoes, and are underplanted with small hollies.

    Right On Schedule « Fairegarden

  • There are four Calluna vulgaris ‘Sunset’ planted in each semicircle underplanted with Doone Valley lemon thyme.

    August Clues « Fairegarden


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