Smaller is cheaper

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It might be tempting to purchase plants that are already big and beautiful, but starting smaller is a wise gardening investment. Small plants can be a third of the price of larger plants. And, they often adjust better to new soil and surroundings than larger plants, so will grow and fill in more quickly. Depending on species, small plants can double in size in two years, so a little patience can result in an even fuller - but cheaper - home garden.

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