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I love this! If I had it to do all over again, I would have no foundation plants at all, just crushed slate....occasionally toped off with fabulous terra cotta pots filled with perfectly pruned boxwood. ...talk about drama! ;)....have a great weekend....k
That would make it PERFECT!!
Interesting...run that lawn to near the wall, too? Seems higher maintenance at those steps to have to mow and trim, but it is a small length to do that, anyway, so maybe I'm off on that?
Tara,Another great point. You have so inspired and educated me these past few months. As I have perused your books and site I am running to the window and then into the yard and back looking looking looking until I see it. Then ripping out the wrong thing and figuring out the right thing. Your daily bits of insight just hit home with me, I am so glad you share with the rest of us. Enjoy the weekend!Lis
David, saw it done at Great Dixter, Christopher Lloyd's garden.You must get your body into his space.XO T
Great job Tara, i've never been here before but i guess i'm here because of your creative work. I look forward to implement these on my place as well.~Aansy @Garden Designers
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