Design ideas for a huge contemporary partial sun side yard stone garden path in San Francisco for spring.

Entry Courtyard

Contemporary Landscape, San Francisco

View into entry courtyard with bosque of pear trees.
Design ideas for a huge contemporary partial sun side yard stone garden path in San Francisco for spring. - Houzz

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My Boston Realtor Karina wrote:May 6, 2012
  • Anamaria Dobrin

    And how do you make sure no weeds grow underneath the trees?

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    Terra Ferma Landscapes

    Hi Anamaria, to ensure they have the proper space for the roots it is recommended that they are planted 2-3' apart. Depending on the variety and conditions, they should grow to 3'-4' wide.
    Weeds will just have to be maintained on a weekly basis.

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Annie Thornton added this to Key Pruning Terms to Help You Shape Up Your GardenFebruary 1, 2018

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Eric Sigler added this to PathsMarch 27, 2020

pretty- clean looking

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