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Build curb appeal using a little greenery!


There is something unsettlingly stark about the intersection where house meets land—it begs to be softened with greenery. But just hiding that juncture with a tight fringe of evergreens isn't the answer. Neither is a one-scheme-fits-all formula. "Two conical things on either side of the front door with two tall things on either end of the house with lower things in the middle—that's a dated approach," says Anne F. Walters, a landscape architect in West Chester, Pennsylvania. "The right foundation planting for most houses is a nice mix of evergreen and deciduous material, with dwarf varieties in order to keep window views open, some repetition of plants for a unified look, and an overall casual, naturalistic feeling." For more information go here: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/photos/0,,20569102,00.html


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