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Small Space, Big Color

By: Garden Gate staff
Little houses don’t have to have little gardens! In fact, a too-narrow foundation planting just looks wimpy. And don’t limit yourself to low-growing plants, either. We’ve chosen some medium-sized shrubs and a small ornamental tree to shade this corner. Then … Continue reading →
Little houses don’t have to have little gardens! In fact, a too-narrow foundation planting just looks wimpy. And don’t limit yourself to low-growing plants, either. We’ve chosen some medium-sized shrubs and a small ornamental tree to shade this corner. Then we’ve made the bed wide enough to give them plenty of room. Finally, we’ve stayed with a simple palette of pink, burgundy and chartreuse to make a great-looking planting design. Click here to download the PDF.
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