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Flower Beds to Inspire Your Front Yard

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Shade flowers. If you’re lucky enough to have a grove of mature shade trees in your front yard, you may think this is at odds with a flower garden. If the limbs are high, and the ground beneath receives dappled shade, you can grow many woodland flowers, including columbine, bugbane, Solomon’s seal, or toad lily.

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The Front Yard Flower Border

my proudest diy moment 20 years in the making, flowers, gardening, perennials, Decorating the border with signs a stepladder a funnel a wooden daisy birdhouses Enjoy your garden

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Flower Beds to Inspire Your Front Yard

Many flowering shrubs, like these azaleas and rhododendrons, bloom in the spring. Continue the show throughout summer with a rose-of-sharon bush, and keep the blooms going until frost with a butterfly bush.