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I recently bought Gertrude Jekyll & Falstaff, Would it be best to plant them in different areas, would the perfumes clash or compliment each other?
It's up to you. I have one bed planted with Gertrude, Sceptr'd Isle and William Shakespeare and the combined perfume is glorious as a whole but you get the individual scent close up.
I also have Falstaff on his own in another spot and find he smells great close up but doesn't create a waft of perfume as there's usually a breeze dispersing it.
That's what I was wondering Obelixx. GJ is now planted, still contemplating Falstaff. I have a huge pot, do you think it would be OK in a pot?