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Average Front Yard (BEFORE)
House was finished in June of 2005. Moved in on July 8th, 2005. The sprinkler system and sod were put in a few days later and they build the fence soon after. The yard was not prepared for anything.. half my yard died, I found the SOLD sign under the sod by the drive way. The trees weren't planted right and one died. It's taken 6 years for this yard to finally come alive with everything I have done. NOW I am looking to make extravagent changes such as adding pathways, a beautiful arbor type fence in between my yard and the nieghbors and completely remodeling the curved flower bed around my house. These are pictures from July 2005 to July 2012. :) 7 years of hard work. Now begins the changes! I am open to any ideas from people. I just want my yard to be the eye catcher on my street. The neighbors already say it is, but I want it to be WOW-stop-car-need-pictures type yard! :)
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