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  • Jolie Parker

    Placing tall greenery between garage doors is a great way to add curb appeal to your home. More outdoor feng shui: http://fengshui.about.com/od/usesoffengshui/tp/Feng-Shui-House-Tips-Exterior-House-Feng-Shui.htm Find more feng shui decor tips: http://FengShui.About.com; tall plant. Front door

  • Kim Caldwell

    ornamental grass in big pots between garage doors

  • Karin Thompson

    [Curb Appeal, container gardening, ornamental grass] ... Nice option for decorative grasses -- especially annuals

  • Rachel Neves

    Tall grass in place of bamboo in low white planters? Placing tall greenery between garage doors is a great way to add curb appeal to your home. More outdoor feng shui: http://fengshui.about.com/od/usesoffengshui/tp/Feng-Shui-House-Tips-Exterior-House-Feng-Shui.htm Find more feng shui decor tips: http://FengShui.About.com

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