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Lavender Hidcote - This easy-to-grow sun perennial thrives in full sun normal garden soil. Plants vigorously grow to form mounds of fragrant, silvery foliage 18" tall 24" wide. This drought-tolerant hardy perennial has extremely fragrant foliage flowers

Foliage ground covers. Well-placed foliage can be just as stunning as flowers and many are very low maintenance.

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Tough-as-Nails Perennial Garden Plan

Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Tips, Better Homes and Gardens #Landscape #Top_Garden #Garden_Tips #All_Garden_Ideas #Best_of_gardening

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Create Privacy in Your Yard

Add Windows If your space is small, create windows, as seen in this gate, and vary the height of your plants or structures. That will give the area some visual relief -- and give your yard a playful quality.

Low Maintenance Front Yard Landscaping | Front Yard Garden Without the Lawn

Agapanthus ... drought tolerant, does best in mottled shade - perfect for the front garden

A Front-Yard Garden in No Time by Tom Peace. This guy has talent! Also, a good list at the end re: good clumpers and fillers.

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Dazzle in front

Dazzle in front! Use these simple tips and techniques to get the most beautiful front yard on the block. l Garden Gate eNotes

Lavender and rose garden for the back patio. Wonder if the lavender will help keep the deer away from the roses?

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Maximum joy, minimum fuss: How to create a low-maintenance front garden

Lavender to lead the way!! What a beautiful, Charming, and romantic way to walk to your home, or a friends home!! Be relaxed by the sent and create a air of calm and beauty.

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Hillside Landscaping Ideas

From BHG: A flagstone path leading down the slope offers a different character and textural contrasts.In place of a rail or a fence, mid-height shrubs fill the space to the narrow side of the path. Several hostas, which cascade over the stair-stepped path, soften the wood edge. Shrubs and steadfast perennials, such as daylilies, congregate at the crown of the hill.