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Best Plants for Landscape Edging: basics on alyssum, barren wort, bloody geranium, Japanese forest grass, lady's mantle and sedum

Perennial Plants for Shade Gardens | Shade garden with stone path (photo by Sisson Landscapes )

bright solution for a shady garden Landscape Design Portfolio @ Sisson Landscapes - for the shady path behind the garage

12 idee per decorare un giardino di piccole dimensioni (fotogallery) — idealista.it/news

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home decor ideas:Forest Stream Sunlight Waterproof Wall Tapestry

Forest Stream Sunlight Waterproof Wall Tapestry

Similar to one of the others - make the plants a border on all sides and make the grass into interesting shapes instead of squares

Not into the desert look? This yard has incorporated some grass along with other drought tolerant plants. Water wise landscaping doesn't HAVE to look like a desert!

Maintaining dianrhus

garden path with raised bed borders. This is what my new front yard will eventually look like!

Sunshine Flowers

perfect for our fence area at the cabin! Late summer perennial garden overflowing with colorful black- eyed Susans, Pink Coneflowers, Pink tall Phlox. I grow and love all these flowers!

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Transforming a side yard from Blah to Beautiful Gossip in the Garden Dwarf varieties of shrubs - Shade Gardening

Texas mountain laurel – Heat and drought tolerant. Makes an attractive evergreen accent to your landscape. Full sun Small tree or shrub Grows up to 25 feet tall and 6 to 12 feet wide Blooms lavender/purple clusters of fragrant flowers in Spring Use as a patio tree or untrained as a screen Native – Sophora …

Texas mountain laurel – Heat and drought tolerant. Makes an attractive evergreen accent to your landscape. Full sun Small tree or shrub Grows up to 25 feet tall and 6 to 12 feet wide Blooms lavender/purple clusters of fragrant flowers

Plant a path with sedum sarmentosum - spreads rapidly - good for poor soils.

Sedum sarmentosum - Spreads rapidly, almost invasive. Good for extremely poor soils. Idea for planting along ditch. Stringy stonecrop, Sedum sarmentosum, is probably the fastest-growing sedum around -- at least in the cold-hardy species.