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Ravenna Grass. Larger fence grass

Maiden Grass - as a back yard side fence

Japanese Forest Grass - under front big trees option

Picture of Dwarf Yaupon Holly. Maybe in front of you front living room window. Very prickly - keep intruders away. CCould do a taller holly in front of your bedroom window.

Weeping White Spruce. $69.99. Really cool, but needs full sun

Purple Wintercreeper. Yet another option for under your big front yard trees. 5 for $9.99. Fast grower

Green Giant Arborvitae. $19.99. Instead of a privacy fence

Big Blue Liriope 3 for $9.99

Don't remember what this is called, but every nursery has them. Would looks amazing planted next to that burgundy fern

  • Abby Rupsa
    Abby Rupsa

    It's creeping jenny, it's really invasive, so be careful

Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern. $19.99 beautiful. It's relatively small so you would use it as an accent piece and would need to plant it in groups of 3-5. Amazing along a walkway.

Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern. $19.99 beautiful. It's relatively small so you would use it as an accent piece and would need to plant it in groups of 3-5. Amazing along a walkway.

Ostrich Fern. Would plant close to the trunk of the two big trees in the front yard, then surround with hostas. $6.99 each would need 5-6 per tree. Take a couple years to look like the pic

Goat’s Beard. This is a fun perennial. Grows 5 feet tall and does well in shade. Could use this instead of grasses for the front yard. Can be planted behind your evergreens or shrubs to add depth. $8.99 each - would look best after the first year or two. Would need 5-7

Incrediball Hydrangea Collection. Glorious. $59 for 2. Bigger plant than the last one I posted. Would only need 2-3

Sister Therese Hydrangea. White - not as round of blooms as a traditional hydrangea, but very pretty. $15.99 each - would take 3 years to look like the pic. would only need 2-3

Zebra Grass. Instead of using the traditional Pampass Grass on the side of your house. $9.99 each - guess you would need 9-10

Golden Hakone Forest Grass. Could use this instead of Hostas under your big trees. Would take a couple years to look like the pic. Would need 9-10 per tree. $15.99 each

Astilbe Mighty Pip| Astilbe On sale $12.98 for a bag of 3

Hosta Mediovariegata | Hosta undulata | Classic Easy to Grow Shade Garden Plant $54.98 for a bag of 30

Giant Yellow Trumpet Daffodil - 1 Bushel with Basket 300-350 bulbs for $199.50. I could split this with you if you want

Fragrant White Daffodils. If you go with a white theme you can do white daffodils instead of yellow. This come in a bag of 20 for $19.99. 1 bag would probably do you, but you could do two or three bags if you wanted to be dramatic

  • Paula H
    Paula H

    Also, you could plant some of these where you have irises by your driveway

  • Paula H
    Paula H

    they would bloom befor the irises then go away by the time the irises come in

Bridal Veil Astilbe $5.99 each when you buy three or more. you would need 20-30

Bressingham Blue Hosta $7.99 each when you buy three or more. for under the big trees in the front yard. would need 40-50

Liberty Hosta $18.99 a piece. never need dividing. would need 40-50

Astilbe Collection for the front landscaping area. One on the few perennials that bloom with lots of color in the shade. you would do a mass planting of this in drifts that coordinate with the daffodils. you can mix and match colors or pick just one. I like white