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    A salvia border for the front walk would be dreamy...

    Beautiful Border

    Lavender Hedge. See how to create and maintain-->

    Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the plants. The key to success is knowing which varieties are right for your yard. Check out some of our favorites.


    I have this tree in my front yard...i absolutely love it..just have to trim the bottom branches out as it grows because it will grow down like a bush if you dont. Texas Lilac (Vitex). They are hardy, drought tolerant, and the butterflies & bees love them.

    Perfect English border gardens

    russian sage; works with ornamental grasses and Salvias. Drought tolerant, too.

    front yard - all mediterranean herbs - lavender, rosemary, etc. gravel, circle for seating

    I really want to do this at the next house!. Lavender

    Romantic border with roses and salvia...

    Walk This Way for a Grand Entrance. A variety of pattern options and colors from pewter to charcoal are available in these Village Square pavers which create a sleek, clean-cut style for your walkways and borders. …

    Front Garden at Bury Court, photo Clive Nichols

    How to Prune Lavender - Cut back in Late Winter or early spring as close as possible to old wood without cutting into the old wood; leave a few healthy leaves above the brown stems (plants won't produce new shoots from old wood). In Late Summer after flowering, remove all the old flowerheads to prevent plant from using energy to make unwanted seed.

    Colorful garden border. So pretty!

    Lavender - 20 Best Perennial Flowers - Sunset

    On the Edge: 11 Garden Borders You Can Make

    Side-Yard Solutions

    Easy Front-Yard Garden Plan bhg tells you what to plant where.

    Potager with raised beds of vegetables and lavender, bench and thyme path - © GAP Photos