David Vroland
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Hostas!!! I think this is what I'm going for on the front hill, any thoughts?

Hostas are a topnotch groundcover for shady areas. Plant them on a tough-to-mow hillside to create a lovely, carefree garden bed. If you have a steep slope that water runs down so quickly the soil can't absorb moisture, try breaking up the hill with rock

Beautiful stone steps would be nice for that steep hill on the side of the house

Natural Looking Winding Stone Stair - there are a lot of DIY projects a handy homeowner can do on his own, but this is one Id leave to the pros! This is so well done! Robinsons Landscaping and Nursery - Gardening For You

Shade Garden Ideas

Variegated hostas offer visual relief from the mostly deep green tones of the landscape. The expansive garden relies on large swaths of just a few densely spaced plants. Golden foliage is a perfect focal point for shade and fool the eye in appearing to be

Add a Water Feature Install a stream or other water feature to give your garden extra sensory appeal with the sound of trickling water. A simple fountain and recirculating pump are all it takes to make garden magic.

Shade Garden: Add a Water Feature. Install a stream or other water feature to give your garden extra sensory appeal with the sound of trickling water. A simple fountain and recirculating pump are all it takes to make garden magic.

Forest Study Diverse textures and shades of green in a moss-laden forest near Portage Glacier, Alaska

'Forest Study' (Joe Ganster):: Diverse textures and shades of green in a moss-laden forest near Portage Glacier, Alaska.