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Design a welcoming front yard

By: Garden Gate staff
This garden knows how to pique your interest with decorated pathways, secluded seating areas and fascinating focal points. Let's tour it together and take a few cues from its charming design.

If you walked by this charming 1932 Georgia home, you’d likely find owner Dera Weaver working out in the garden. For her, having a yard close to the sidewalk is part of the fun of gardening and offers a great chance to meet new people and chat with neighbors. Want to learn what makes it so welcoming and beautiful? Take a tour here!

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Published: April 24, 2018
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