Magda Rydlova
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Use local plants for your yard. Local plants are simpler to take care of since they are used to the soil. These means that you will have to take less time to help keep them growing. You can research native plants in your area by going to your local home and garden store. Consider investing in a drip style watering system. These highly-efficient systems are easily installed by the layman, and provide a... FULL ARTICLE…

use curved landscape border, fill in with dwarf shrubs, ground cover, steeping stones and mulch/rock. Only rocks for the stepping stones, bricks instead of steeping stones and a potted plant where the maple tree is.

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Low maintenance bird-friendly evergreen screen - A) Juniperus x pfitzeriana Coast B) Canada hemlock; C) Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii D) Bugleweed E) Threadleaf false cypress Mopu

On the side of your home: Use curbing (Belgian Block used here), your plants/bushes and mulch, some black edging, and finally some rock/stone (Delaware stone used here) against your house to drain it well & keep termites & other bugs from coming in the house!

Landscape ideas for the side of your home. We installed Belgian block curbing, planting, black mulch, black edging and delaware stone. - Flower Beds and Gardens