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Dry soil and low light—two gardening ills, and often, they plague one problematic spot.. low-maintenance garden style and shares advice for starting your own rock garden at home—even if you have a small space. These eye-catching trees have delicate foliage, interesting bark, and elegant, arching limbs. Incorporating pots into landscaping not only makes a yard more low-maintenance, but also more versatile. "We love to use pots, especially for clients who want color in different parts of the yard," says Peyton. "Plus, pots are easy to move around. Cool tall grasses: Ditch the stiff, manicured boxwoods and go for a feathery tall grass like prairie dropseed or little bluestem. See more ideas about outdoor gardens, garden design, garden.

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