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Love all the boxwood with florals combos. Janice Parker Landscape Design - IDA Award Winner Ferrill Bancroft via Urban Farmgirl onto Garden and Landscaping. Really like the green box woods with the white and pink flowers.

Best Foundation Plants for Stellar Curb Appeal.  Plantings that ring the base of your home should do more than just conceal the foundation. 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." Here, foolproof planting tips to boost your curb appeal.

Best Foundation Plants for Stellar Curb Appeal

Plantings that ring the base of your home should do more than just conceal the foundation. Here, foolproof planting tips to boost your curb appeal

Best Foundation Plantings | Landscaping Plants Pictures | HouseLogic

Top Curb Appeal Plants That Make for the Prettiest Homes: Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla)

foundation plans depending on which direction your house faces. (Garden Gate Magazine) "To help you out even more, we’ve pulled together a planting plan for each of the illustrated gardens we discussed. These plans show you specific spacing, along with the detailed plant list. You’re now ready to dress up your home’s front foundation garden, no matter which direction it faces."

In Garden Gate issue 76 we shared the challenges of designing your front foundation. Whether your home faces north, south, east or west we shared specific tips on design and plant selection to help you achieve your goal of a … Continue reading →

I am in love with the color contrasts of the green velvet boxwood paired with the red potato vine and coleus!! Wow!! Google Image Result for http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-EHNSbQ7LTws/TuSn39-dpCI/AAAAAAAANng/C_u8k3S14I8/s1600/Card%2BColeus%2Braised%2Bbed.jpg

I am in love with the color contrasts of the green velvet boxwood paired with the Sweet Caroline Purple Sweet Potato Vine and Coleus Pink Ruffles!

My front is so boring.  I would love something lush like this.

Foundation Planting Basics

Foundation Planting Plan and guide. A colorful alternative to the standard all-green landscape, this foundation planting mixes broad-leafed evergreen shrubs and a sculptural tree with flowering perennials and groundcovers.

Foundation Garden

for front of house Foundation Planting Plan and guide. A colorful alternative to the standard all-green landscape, this foundation planting mixes broad-leafed evergreen shrubs and a sculptural tree with flowering perennials and groundcovers.

The 10 “Must-Have’s” in your Landscape: #1 Foundation Plants

The Family Tree Garden Center is your one source for all of your gardening needs.

A useful home landscaping guide – what plants to use where around your home's foundation.

A useful home landscaping guide -- what plants to use where around your home's foundation - something to keep in mind as I redo my front yard plantings.

Spilled Wine® Weigela Wine & Roses® weigela has been a garden classic since we introduced it over 10 years ago. Have you tried its little sister, Spilled Wine®? Both have that luscious dark purple foliage that contrasts so beautifully with the pink flowers and are easy to grow, deer resistant shrubs that bloom in late spring. But Spilled Wine® is just 2-3 feet tall, making it ideally suited to perennial beds, the edge of foundation plantings, or any landscape need.

Spilled Wine® Weigela Wine & Roses® weigela has been a garden classic since we introduced it over 10 years ago. Have you tried its little sister, Spilled Wine®? Both have that luscious dark purple foliage that contrasts so beautifully with the pink flower

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