new fenced-in garden and path
Photo: Megan Chaffin
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Pavers & Plants (After)

Project Particulars
2. Garden: Attention-grabbing flowering plants, such as hydrangea, catmint, and dragon's blood, draw the eye into the front garden, as does the broken flagstone path that curves through it.
3. Lighting: Low pagoda-style lanterns in the garden add depth and sparkle to the landscape design.
4. Fence: A lattice-topped cedar board fence encloses the garden, which is set into a large side yard, directing attention and foot traffic toward the entry.
Value Added: 10%
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