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  • Denise Hoepfner

    For the back yard but more wildflowers. Use edging to separate from the main yard. Play with Color The Komiches added gardens all around their log cabin. On this side, bright pink blooms of petunias and hydrangeas, as well as blue salvia, create an eye-catching display. Test Garden Tip: Keep in mind the power of color. This garden wouldnt work as well in front of the cabin because it would take attention away from it.

  • Judy Menninger

    Colorful Country Garden from BHG

  • AR Garrison

    Large rocks from the river provide the edging for an abundance of flowering plants

  • Rebecca Carpenter

    Country flower garden


    Un color lleno de Country Garden

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