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  • Cassandra Supik

    Front flower bed

  • Autumn Hohmann

    trying to figure out what to do in the front yard dirt....these are beautiful. #landscaping #garden #frontyard #flowers" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

  • Nancy Geiger

    From Better Homes & Gardens garden makeovers. Beautifully conceals air conditioning unit. Love the varied heights & silver, blue and purple color range of plantings against the green of the lawn.

  • Sue Smith

    Effective and colorful Corner Garden idea~

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If I ever have lots of money and decided to buy and restore Charlie Stevenson's house, this is what I'd make it look like. Only the door would be on the opposite side.