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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A planting of Korean feather reed grass will provide a three-foot-tall spray of foliage and fall flowers, the perfect softening device for the sculptural water features. To the left, Miss Canada lilac shows its pink blooms. Lining the fence in the distance, Peking cotoneaster will grow up to 10 feet tall and provide privacy for the space.
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