Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yardTraditional Landscape, Chicago

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jfellini2 wrote:Dec 28, 2014
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    The tree to the left is a Weeping Hemlock with red Coleus in front of it. Allium Millenium is the row of tiny pom poms that have already bloomed, otherwise they would be purple. Around the tree is some Mazus ground cover. The second weeping tree in the center is a Picea Abies Frohburg. The tall deciduous by the house is a Beech tree. The large Pom Pom is a Pine with a Shaina Japanese Maple (red in color) next to it. Behind the Allium is some colored low leafy perennials called Heuchera Caramel. I hope that helps and answers your question. Happy planting!

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Jill Krogen added this to LandscapeFeb 23, 2019

Layers with rocks and evergreens

kathie34 added this to front landscapingJan 6, 2019

different greenery brings incredible texture and interest to the garden

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Bright green plant on lower left and red plant behind it. ..along with blue evergreens

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