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Boxwoods, bricks, and hydrangeas ~ perfect! This could be a front porch or a back porch... but the curb appeal is strong for either case. Fabulous welcoming stone pathway with gorgeous evergreen hedges and beautiful ever blooming hydrangeas behind the hedges (called 'layering') and of course steps up to a gorgeous deck or porch. Love this look.

The bright colored purple flowers against the lush green shrubs stand out very nicely!

Herringbone brick path with purple flowers and small shrubs from Traditional Garden in Sussex, England


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