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    by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design. A rural hillside residence in Down-east Maine serves as a model for regenerating fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. #garden #landscape #plants

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    traditional landscape by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design

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    by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design More meticulously planned perennial gardens and shrub borders were placed closer to the house. While the gardens are designed, the mix of textures, color and species gives them a soft, informal look.

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    Flower Garden in Maine

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