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Add Grace to Your Garden With These 19 Weeping Trees
Keep the garden vertical. That's why it's good to look for shrubs and trees that max out interest as they grow up, not out. Try dwarf varieties for a small backyard, as well as more columnar evergreens (bonus—they boost wintertime interest, too).
When I first planted the trees years ago I made a diagram of our property, added the fruit trees, and labeled them with what fruit they’d produce and the year I planted them. Over time I’ve lost and r (Step Design Layout)
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.