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    This manicured, colorful front landscape makes a positive impression.

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    Red canna lilies, begonias and pennisetum create a dramatic display.

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    Daylilies, Russian sage and feather reed grass add long lasting color.

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    Colorscaping with annual and perennial flowers makes the landscape part of a more lively lifestyle.

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    A simple arbor and path of stone steppers leads to a great backyard design.

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    Creat a “green room” with live walls of arborvitae and yews.

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    A rocking chair is a classic piece for the patio.

    Rockin' On The Patio
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    Bright umbrellas are ideal for a patio surrounded with flowers that need sun.

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    Regular maintenance keeps spent flower petals from ending up in the waterfall.

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    The sloping landscape is layered with shrubs, perennials, annuals flowers and grasses.

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    Small sculptures add interest without detracting from the flowers.

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    Choose annual and perennials flowers carefully for combinations that provide great color and contrast.

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    Simple purple coneflowers are a staple for attracting birds and butterflies.

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    Marigolds and potato vines camouflage otherwise unattractive but essential culverts

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