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So how far apart do you plant plants? The answer, of course, is it depends. Two fast-growing David Austin rose varieties need to be planted far enough apart where they won't completely collide with each other in a fight to the death. Unless that's what you're looking to do. However, Echinacea purpureum 'Ruby Star' should, in fact, be planted 8-12" only apart from Allium 'Summer Beauty'. The two work well near each other and will not fight to the death, but live happily together after swiping right on Tinder.

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