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  • Janet kesterson

    Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas Enjoy a bold, beautiful color in the shady corners of your yard with our garden design tips! Reduce Grass Every lawn grass -- even those labeled as shade-tolerant -- struggles if it doesn't get enough light. So instead of fighting a big patch of fading grass, keep only a small section of turf and make it a landscape element by surrounding it with a wide swath of shade-loving plants. Or give up the grass and select shade-loving groundcovers.

  • Laura DeLuna

    Reduce Grass - Shade Garden Ideas

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