MADISON (WKOW) -- Change your garden perspective. Include a few tall plants in the landscape and start looking skyward. That was shown Friday morning, in Melinda's Garden Moment.
This large castor bean provides bold texture in the garden. The leaves can grow up to 3 feet across and the plant grows 5 to 10 feet tall in one season and up to 40 feet in height in its native environment. The decorative seed pods are highly poisonous, so keep them out of reach of children.
Growing tall plants next to much shorter plants can also give the illusion of depth in a narrow bed.
Sunflowers will have you looking skyward in amazement of their height.
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