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    A crushed granite path takes you to this garden retreat.

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    This landscape by Zach Lieven boasts amazing color and variety.

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    Layered perennial beds create a bright front landscape.

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    Relax and take it all it! A garden bench invites you to enjoy a quiet moment in nature.

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    Purple flowers are the signature color of this classic garden.

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    A formal garden features stone-edged rows of perennials.

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    This formal garden has it all - a great variety of plants and hardscape features.

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    Formal garden plans are returning to the American landscape!

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    Two ponds are surrounded by great flowers and shade trees.

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    Country charm is the inspiration behind this garden design.

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    A classic country garden includes old-fashioned stone walls, heirloom flowers and a weathered pergola.

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    A precise planting plan adds artistry to this garden in Shorewood.

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    Art in bloom! Sculptures and flowers provide live and inanimate beauty to this open air gallery.

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    Formal boxwood hedges are filled with petunias in this formal garden.

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    This garden is densely planted with evergreen shrubs and perennials.

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    Pink and purple flowers line this spring garden.

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    A traditional walled garden features dozens of varieties of hardy and hybrid roses.

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    This garden path is bordered with perennials and groundcover.

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    Annual flowers add color while shrubs soften the fence line.

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    Bee balm, day lilies and coreopsis complement one another in this cheery garden.

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    Two gazebos - one for people and one for birds - float in a sea of flowers.

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    Annual flowers in the foreground and shrub roses below - beautiful!

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    A bird bath is surrounded by annuals in the sunny flower bed.

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    Ornament grass and lilies stand above annuals in this entry bed.

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    Shrub roses and sedum add color to this stone wall.

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    Shades of green, purple and yellow are more than enough color in this patio garden.

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    Native and prairie plantings are the natural way to add flowers to a large area.

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    Planting around a house is a beautiful way to frame your home with color.

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    The center of a circle drive is a great spot for an inviting garden.

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    Even a shady yard looks bright with the right plants, fresh mulch and clean edging.

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    Ornamental grasses add height and movement to any garden.

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    A simple front landscape needs only a good planting plan.

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    This "green theme" uses multiple shades of a single color for big impact.

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    A blue stone path leads you past beds of heuchera, cranesbill and annabelle hydrangeas.

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    Colorful coleus is framed with greenery.

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    This all-American landscape features traditional favorites like day lilies, geranium and hydrangeas.

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    Red daylilies border this patio which gets additional color from potted annuals.

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    Hostas thrive under the shade of arbor vitae and river birch.

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    A variety of sun-loving shrubs and perennial flowers brighten this outcropping stone wall.

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    This modern landscape has only ornamental grasses on terrace walls.

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    Perennial gardens add low-maintenance beauty to corners of your yard.

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    Pretty in pink! Fall leaves and Autumn Joy sedum compliment the roses in this lovely home landscape.

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    A white picket fence surrounds this peaceful patio garden.

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    Another garden with a great view!

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    Perennial monarda, echinacea, leucanthemum, perovskia and phlox offer long lasting color.

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    Great perennial gardens add value and enjoyment to your home.

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    A dramatic entry leads to a secluded "secret garden."

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    Lilacs on standard frame the doorway while boxwood hedgerows from the fountain in the formal garden.

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    Climbing clematis over an urn of ivy creates vertical interest in the garden.

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    This perennial garden features yarrow, salvia, coreopsis and oat grass.

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    A country garden requires careful design and ongoing care, but it will reward you with cheerful blooms every day.

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    A stone stepping path crosses a bed of ground covering plants with white and purple blossoms.

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    Annabelle hydrangeas and reed grass is the backdrop for a row of annuals along the driveway.

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    The fence can barely contain this garden!

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    Great gardens are universally appealing and easily appreciated.

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    Retaining walls raise these beds to new heights!

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    Groundcover plants extent this garden well past the patio, without adding much extra work.

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    This garden has a brick wall behind a line of pink fairy roses, white hydrangeas and green ivy.

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    There's no limit and no rules when combining bright annual flowers.

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    Planting flowers around a fenced vegetable garden makes it both pretty and practical.

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    Impatiens add color in front of a river birch, globe blue spruce, hostas and more.

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    This wooded landscape welcomes spring with lamium and daffodils.

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    Variety may be the spice of life, but a mass planting of a single flower is spectacular too!

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    New varieties of roses make it easier than ever to enjoy a classic garden with minimal spraying and pruning.

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    Layered plantings of flowering shrubs, hedges, annuals and perennials are endlessly enjoyable.

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    Don't just look at a beautiful garden - be part of it by following paths among the perennials.

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    Rudbekia, better known as Black-Eyed Susans, are a hardy, reliable Midwestern favorite.

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    Paths of irregular stone pavers wind through trees, a fountain, planting beds and a vegetable garden.

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    Row after row of color make this garden a winner!

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    Color blocking with annuals! Begonias, petunias and potato vines offer contrasting color.

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    No garden is complete without spring bulbs, like these unique orange tulips!

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    Great green space! This garden doesn't rely on a rainbow of colors for its beauty.

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    Reblooming stella doro daylilies make any garden brighter.

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    Not quite a garden maze, but rows of carefully pruned shrubs add interest and elegance.

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    A tea pavilion is built into the brick wall of this private, enclosed garden.

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    Hydrangeas and huechera are mixed with brighter blooms in this border.

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    Elegant landscapes aren't always about flowers; green groundcover, shrubs and lawn offer three shades of wow!

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    Vegetable gardening looks and tastes great when fenced and surrounded with flowers.

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    Elegant home landscaping requires professional design and maintenance.

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    Gardens throughout this property are framed in manicured boxwood hedges.

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    Mixed perennials, including tickseed, purple coneflower and re-blooming daylilies are edged with stone.

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    Daisies stand out in this summer butterfly garden.

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    Gardens near a driveway are best planted with hardy perennials and shrubs.

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    Easy elegance! Lilies, roses, salvia and more add color among the trees and shrubs.

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    There are two sides to this story: vegetable inside the fence; flowers on the other!

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    A redbud tree adds a touch of color above the gardens.

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    Hydrangeas, day lilies and daisies add lasting white and yellow blossoms to the landscape.

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    Lined up for summer! Rows of lilies, astilbe, boxwood and begonias are perfectly ordered.

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    Layers of green! Foundation planting rely on staggered heights.

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    Prairie style gardens are great for large spaces; fill them with black-eyed Susans, snap dragons and more!

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    Line your driveway with gardens and coming home will always be a delight.

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    Yellow yarrow or achillea is a popular long-blooming, drought-resistant perennial.

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    Get in the swing of gardening; it's one of the most popular hobbies in America!

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    Add a kitchen garden and you'll have fresh herbs as well as fragrant flowers.

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    Sedum, bee balm, gay feather, black-eyed Susans, russian sage, purple coneflower and feather reed grass are intense!

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