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    • Amy Camano

      Because they keep their foliage all winter, low-growing evergreens are perfect for planting around your foundation to hide it all year. Test Garden Tip: Make a bold statement by selecting varieties that offer different shapes and colors. 'Blue Shag' white pine, 'Montgomery' blue spruce, and After all my wanderings around Pinterest, this foundation planting is still my favorite.

    • Gwendolyn Reule

      evergreen bushes, dwarf blue spruce please.

    • Jennifer Lowery

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