Garden Designers Roundtable – What’s lawn doing in Hell? — Gossip in the Garden

If you live in a temperature zone similar to that of southern California or the Mediterranean, you can get creative in your sidewalk space with a mixture of flowers, edible plants and ornamental grasses that look beautiful year round.

If there are no major HOA restrictions on landscaping your street strip, why not be creative? This design features a colorful, eye-pleasing mixture of river rocks, mulch and ornamental grasses and plants for maximum curb appeal. 

If there are no major HOA restrictions on landscaping your street strip, why not be creative? This design features a colorful, eye-pleasing mixture of river rocks, mulch and ornamental grasses and plants for maximum curb appeal.

Plant a No-Mow Lawn: how to replace your thirsty lawn with a casual, easy-care meadow.

Plant a No-Mow Lawn

Going to Hell (Strips) Story and photo by Colleen Plimpton/Life@Home They go by various intriguing names: inferno band, verge, curbside landscape, tree lawn, devil belt. But most folks just call th...

Down the garden path: What to do with tricky curbside spots?

Going to Hell (Strips) Story and photo by Colleen Plimpton/Life They go by various intriguing names: inferno band, verge, curbside landscape, tree lawn, devil belt. But most folks just call th…

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