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Eclectic home design photo in Charlotte

Lawnless front garden.Eclectic , Charlotte

Grass was removed and replaced with a terraced gravel pathway, wider than normal, so that plants could cascade over.

Eclectic home design photo in Charlotte —  Houzz
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megconway wrote:Aug 28, 2013
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    Jay Sifford Garden Design
    Hi. The plant in the foreground is a coleus. I can't remember which variety. Behind that is perilla. It's extremely free seeding if you let it get to that point, so I keep after it. Thanks for your question. Have a great day.

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Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to How to Look Good From Any Angle (the Garden Edition)Aug 17, 2013

This second view is looking from the seating wall back toward the street. The challenge here was to hide views of the street and neighboring houses, as I wanted to have a degree of privacy.As I planted my trees and larger shrubs, I made sure they were precisely placed to hide as many of the undesirable views as possible. When siting trees and shrubs, always look at them from multiple viewpoints. Sometimes moving a plant 6 inches can make an immeasurable difference in the overall feel of a garden.

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Furanga added this to Furanga's ideasMar 20, 2018

another angle. gravel steps not steep.

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SW Sink added this to WalkwaysMay 4, 2016

better photo of the curved walkway with steel edging for the sides to create a nice curve and large beams to show each step clearly

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