See the amazing befores and afters: a formerly desolate front yard becomes one gorgeous landscape with room to relax and entertain.
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'May Night' salvia provides a splash of color in the front beds. This perennial blooms in early summer; removing faded flowers will encourage rebloom. Drought-tolerant once established, 'May Night' grows to about two feet tall. USDA Zones 4 to 9
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