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Front yard landscape question

Posted by sahara145 none (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 14, 14 at 21:20


My neighbour and I put up a fence this spring. My neighbour wanted the fence to come up to the front of their house and therefore along part of my front yard there is a fence. The corner of their fence continuing and the end of my fence does not get much sun light and it is a pain for mowing. I live in MB, Canada in zone 3. I was wondering if anyone had any helpful ideas as to what to do with this area. My wife and I do not like flowers and would like to put in only perennials. Any shrubs or plants would go into a bed with landscape fabric and stone.

Thank you for any help!

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RE: Front yard landscape question

I have no idea what would grow in your area. Ask at local nurseries?

RE: Front yard landscape question

Please post another picture that shows the whole house and about 10' extra at each side.

RE: Front yard landscape question

Sahara, are you there?

RE: Front yard landscape question

duplicate deleted

This post was edited by Yardvaark on Wed, Jul 16, 14 at 17:36

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