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Fill 'er Up! (And Check the Water, Please)

It's okay to start small. Rapid-growing young annuals—the type sold in nursery and garden center six-packs—adapt more readily to their environment than more mature ones. Don't be stingy, though: For a lush look, place plants closely together, water whenever the soil feels dry to the touch, and watch them grow.
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