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Peach Goes with Everything

When colors clash, this versatile hue can come to the rescue

Fine Gardening - Issue 152
‘Clyde’s Choice’ dahlia (Dahlia ‘Clyde’s Choice’, USDA Hardiness Zones 9–11)
Think of the color peach, and what pops into your head? If you’re a child of the 1980s, visions of Miami Vice and taffeta bridesmaid dresses most likely spring to mind. But add this under­appreciated color to your garden and you’ll be happily surprised to discover its lesser-known role as an ever-current garden problem solver. Peach is one of the freshest, most flexible colors you can incorporate into a garden design.

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