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Alliums and Double Tulips with Emerging Perennials. In a residential garden, Connecticut garden designer Janie McCabe planted a long line of dwarf crabapples to define the space year-round. In spring, the trees create a scented canopy of white and pink blossoms. Closer to the house, flower beds provide equally romantic splashes of color. In late spring, Allium ‘Purple Sensation' adds dramatic height to an understory of soft pink, white and lavender double-flowered tulips. Following bloom, the declining bulb plants will be camouflaged by the foliage of the fast-growing peonies, phlox and delphiniums. Credit: MJ McCabe Garden Design/Colorblends.com

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