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Photo of a mid-sized craftsman front yard stone flower bed in Houston for summer. —  Houzz
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  • lynn_cheney2

    What a lovely planting. So colorful and bright.


  • bshevade

    This is beautiful! Will this work in the northern california region? If possible could you share names of a few of these perennials and annuals? Thanks a lot!

btreatcpa wrote:Oct 23, 2014
JRussell Interior Design wrote:Mar 18, 2018
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    David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.

    You are so kind. Thank-you very much! If it's not asking too much will you take a moment and write a review for us on Houzz? Have a GREAT week and let me know if I can be of any service to you.

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Laura Gaskill added this to Your Spring Home Maintenance ChecklistMar 1, 2016

Tasks to Check Off Your List in an Hour or LessInspect driveways and paths. Freezing and thawing are rough on concrete, asphalt and other hardscape materials. Take a walk around your property to look for damage to walkways, paths and driveways, then schedule repairs as needed. Asphalt can often be patched, but damaged concrete may need to be replaced entirely.Keep an eye out for termites. Beginning in March and going through May or June, be on the lookout for these winged insects. “Termites swarm in the spring,” says Victor Sedinger, certified home inspector and owner of House Exam Inspection and Consulting. “If there’s a bunch of winged insects flying out of a hole in the woodwork, that’s probably termites. Call a licensed professional pest-control company. You’ll save money and trouble in the long run.”How to Give Your Driveway and Front Walk More Curb Appeal

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Marianne Lipanovich added this to How to Design a Colorful Flower BedJul 21, 2014

A more complex color approach with three main hues, in this case pink, yellow and purple, can be more of a challenge, but the result will be worth it. You can choose colors that are one-third the full circle’s distance apart on the color wheel, but using colors that aren’t quite directly opposite will create an unexpected twist.

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chiremba added this to Creek 2019 landscape ideas3 days ago

Though this picture doesn't fill me with delight specifically, this is closer to what I'd like my front yard to look like. Several things I don't love here, but the basic idea is like this. A path and lots of plants instead of a lawn.

karenanywild
karenanywild added this to GardenSep 1, 2019

Like the color variety but prefer less formal garden.

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kpoore added this to landscape ideasAug 12, 2019

Like the use of the pink, yellow, and purple for Maggie's garden.

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DT R added this to My ideasAug 9, 2019

Color variety, clean lines but a tad too full

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