This is an example of a traditional full sun front yard gravel landscaping in Seattle.

Garden for a Pisces

Traditional Landscape, Seattle

Front yard borders
This is an example of a traditional full sun front yard gravel landscaping in Seattle. - Houzz

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nerdenheimer wrote:February 11, 2014
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    6 years ago
    Hi, glad you like the plants! The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and a couple of little cushion cryptomeria that I can't recall the name of. The spirea is Magic Carpet and the blue is actually a catmint although there is also a Russian Sage in that bed. The plants on the wall include kinnikinnick draping over, Hot Flash Hellebore in the corner, Howard McMinn manzanita, and caryopteris. I think there is also a rock rose and lavender cotton. The small tree in the back is a Witch Hazel. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project.
  • Joanne Currie
    2 years ago

    What a beautiful garden! Bravo. Garden envy.

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