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This summer I had to have a large pine tree cut down. Now I need to replace almost everything with plants that can take the hot sun.
The hill behind our house is quite steep and is basically made up of sand. When I started landscaping it, I had to give each bush and plant its own enormous planting hole amended with lots of compost.
The garden may be winding down, but there's still lots of color to be seen before the first frost . . .
Gardening on the coast brings its own set of challenges -- it's windy, the soil is very sandy, and temperatures can fluctuate greatly within a single day. I planned and planted all of these gardens m
These are gardens I began from scratch about five years ago. After putting in a perennial garden around our patio, I began tackling the hill behind the house. It\'s still a work in progress (what gar
New house, yard is overgrown to the left of the porch and boring everywhere else. Would like to clear the most of the growth on the left and add some color and interest with plants and shrubs. Would
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