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  • Rene Choy

    Pathway and plant options for side yard

  • Martina Tkacz

    Spectacular Blossoms Purples and yellows supply a flowerbed with subdued color. Narrower beds are easier to access & maintain. Repeating plants and colors, shown here in a planting of cranesbill and coralbells, fills a pretty flower border. Mounding plants maintain a view of the rest of the garden. To create a more casual appeal to the garden, flowers and shrubs are left to grow in a natural pattern. The foliage of bearded iris offers vertical visual interest to the garden.

  • Kelsey Lally

    Sunny Landscape Ideas- Love the color variation

  • Terri O'Barski

    Love the large paver stone walkway lined with various colorful flowers. I want a huge yard to enjoy all the wonders of nature growing all around my house!

  • Elisa King

    Stone path with wild flowers

  • lisa dreimiller

    garden path - love the colors

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