When it comes to designing outdoor spaces, take it one steppingstone at a time.
By Charlie ThigpenMore in Outdoors
Julie A. Martens
Your foundation planting should embrace your house and not cover it. Low-growing shrubs or groundcover should be planted in front of low windows and porches. Larger rounded shrubs or small trees work well planted on the corners of your home. These larger plants will frame up your house and help soften the box-like structure. Remember to create a small bed in your front yard for annual color. Flowers will add instant charm.
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