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JKParkSeed (JK Crawford)

Member since: June 01, 2010



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Greenwood, Sc 29647
USDA hardiness zone 7B


JK Crawford

Member since:

June 01, 2010

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About me

Sales Associate for Park Seed Wholesale (western US & Canada). Supplying growers & garden centers with only the best seed, plugs, plants & supplies at the best prices. Also an avid gardener, willing to try any new plant and any new ideas!

Current project

Rose garden - hybrid teas & floribundas. Also, looking toward fall planting!

Type of gardener


Favorite garden activity

Sipping some sweet tea and looking at my hard work!

garden wall

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FigTree commented on 06/01/10
I&#x27;m thinking about how I can maximize my rose garden while still having room for everything else that I want to do. I&#x27;ve got a few hybrid teas &amp; floribundas (Sedona is FANTASTIC) going right now, but I want to expand. Right now I&#x27;ve got them up against my house, but I want to have them move away (maybe to the side of the house?) and place a path going through the rose garden. <br/> <br/>Any tips on placing a path through a rose garden with limited space? I&#x27;ll post pics tonight. <br/>
JKParkSeed commented on 06/01/10