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Love the red tree
Love this, as it covers a lot of area under trees
Puts landscaping between the sidewalks and house
Love the pampas grass to hide the electric box, etc. Or to add height to flower beds.
Add these types of rocks to create draining ditch at bottom of hill? Or use a retaining wall?
Can small hedges be added along sidwalks to "edge" them?
How often will the mulch need to be replaced?
Love the tree. And can the bright green small plants like on Center Hill Road be added with little/no maintenance?
Love the stella del oros. Low maintenance?
The pampas grass anchors the patio
Love the "miniature" trees
Must have the rubber separator strips along the landscaping
Love the hydrangeas everywhere
How often will azaleas bloom throughout the year?
Love the flowering trees. I'd like to plant 1-2 oak trees between house and road
I love how the small tree anchors the circle
Love the "lumps" of azaleas
Love how the flowerbed edges "swoop" and aren't just straight
Love how the groundcover takes up space
Love that its red during certain times of the year
"River birch is one of my favorites," says Terry Sims of The Garden Artist in Idaho. "During fall the leaves turn yellow, which is a nice contrast to the reds. The exfoliating cinnamon- and cream-colored bark becomes prominent as the tree loses its leaves."
Forest pansy redbud. With four-season interest Cercis canadensis, or forest pansy redbud, provides a great focal point in any yard. "This is especially true in the front yard," notes Sims, "where land mass tends to be smaller."
Love the way the bushes of different sizes fill up the bed
Again, different sizes of bushes "stepped" in size can fill a flower bed and make maintenance less of an issue
Absolutely love the "mini-fence" of small bushes, especially around my front beds and around the large oak tree(s)
Large Pampass grass bush to be put in front of electrical boxes in yard
A brick patio out back (for the grill) would be beautiful