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Thank you for responding so promptly. I live northwest of Temecula on a 3000 foot mountain with ocean breezes and would like to plant evergreen shrubs that are also drought tolerant and deer resistant. Do any of the ones you used qualify? What are there names? The shrub right of center with the red blossoms
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Can you tell me the name of the plant with red flowers? They really pop.
The pine trees are Southern Pines. They were originally planted on the property in 1964.
too bad these are shade plants!
The planting around the foundation is called 'base planting' or 'foundation planting'.. Might be nice to add a bit of height here but great natural look with good repetition and balance
“Stone” — txporters
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