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Pomona, MO Front Yard
Our home was a new build on 3 rural acres of hilly terrain. It came complete with construction scars, some rough grading, a pasture for lawn and a lot of challenges. It has taken five years and it is still not complete but we are getting there. These are the steps we took to transform our front yard from a dreadful mess to a very pretty, easy to care for setting.
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