A Front Yard for Gardening, Lounging, Dining and Fun

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A Front Yard for Gardening, Lounging, Dining and Fun

Earlier this year, Houzz editor Annie Thornton moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to Los Angeles. After years of reading, writing and editing outdoor living and gardening stories on Houzz, Thornton put her knowledge to work and turned her own yard into a space for growing edibles, relaxing and taking in the neighborhood views and Southern California weather. In this episode of Houzz TV Live, she gives a virtual tour of her yard, accompanied by her recently adopted 11-month-old husky mix.

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MOYA ONEILL DESIGN

Really enjoyed this!

Thank you Rick and Annie

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Becky Harris

Nice digs Annie! And your dog is so cute!

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June Scott Design

Nice! Congrats on your new space. Silverlake is great

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liasuz

Really enjoying the Rick interviews so fun! It’s so nice to meet the Houzz staff too!

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Adi Tatarko

Lovely to see you live Annie, and your back yard is really cool and fun! I love the string lights. I am sure It makes the space very magical in the evening. I hope that you will be able to host great parties there in the future!

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Johanna De Los Santos

Beautiful, great idea and warming

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Lauren Dunec Design

Love this, Annie! Wish I could pop over for some bocce and to meet your pup!

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Kristi Barnes

It’s great to see you, Annie and Rick. Beautiful space!

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Cathy Wright

Love the look of the metal troughs for gardens. Be aware though....if they are facing west or in full sun, they can get very hot and affect the roots of whatever is planted there.