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  • Kami Thomas

    side yard boxwoods

  • Eckards

    Small garden spaces

  • Christine Salgado

    beautiful // Great Gardens Ideas //

  • Anne Marie

    Geometry supplies beauty in this stately garden. A series of squares and rectangles lends calming visual interest. Sculptures and stately containers can reinforce a design. A long bench provides a spot to enjoy shrubs and trees. Place tall trees and shrubs to shield house facades from view. Showy flowers dress up most sun-loving garden; this one relies on elegant compositions of shrubs to define interior spaces.

  • Sarah Dunn

    Green garden

  • Cheryl Pace

    Boxwood garden

  • Lisa Kiley

    shades of green

  • Donalyn Williams

    Small & charming - small isn't really an option anymore, but replicate this on a much larger scale and we have a winner - or on this scale for the front yard.

  • Anna-Marie Cook

    Small formal garden

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