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My Houzz: Twister Damage Sparks a Whole Ranch Remodel

A Dallas couple transforms their traditional rambler into a bright, family-centered haven after a tornado Full Story
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lara_jane
Some friends of ours lost their home in a tornado and when they rebuilt they used the trees (“seven sisters," maples who'd grown up together from being too close) for their woodwork. It's beautiful and poignant.
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uncannyannie I bought the table while we were in the rent house, awaiting the completion of our home. it was definitely a nod to our story as are a lot of elements in the home that I have collected i.e. tree limb vase on the dining table and tree stump tables outside on our patio made from another tree that fell.
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Great Design Plant: Bugle Weed, a Quick Ground Cover

It’s highly adaptable, suppresses weeds, reduces erosion and provide weeks of bright flowers. Just watch for invasiveness Full Story
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Le jardinet
Francesca this just shows that understanding local conditions is important. It also shows that while some may consider ripping up (rather than digging) excess plants isn't an issue, others would call it high maintenance.
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B Cohen
We had ajuga in our L.A. suburb yard for years & years. It was the only ground cover that would grow in poor soil which was mostly clay and didn't hold moisture. That was years ago. Now I am in the San Fernando Valley and the nurseries don't stock it as it is considered too ordinary. Too bad because its leaves are pretty & the color spike is lovely!
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