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Landscaping Combos

There's certainly an art to combining perennials, shrubs, and vines to create a gorgeous and harmonious landscape. Consider contrasting and complementary colors, varying heights, and the ease of care in your plant selections. We make it easy so you can use these winning combinations to fill your landscape with plants that work exceptionally well together.

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Add Some Life to a Fence Line

When planting in front of a fence, be sure to consider the mature width of your plants. The Italian Cypress stays slim while adding height. Use the August Beauty Gardenia to add color and texture. Looking for a colorful vine to climb your fence? Choose the Carolina Yellow Jessamine.

Backyard Natural Area Picks

Build around a tall focal point like a Muskogee Crape Myrtle. Azaleas are a perfect evergreen, medium-sized option to add texture and volume around the base of your Crape Myrtle. Finally, use Snow-N-Summer Asiatic Jasmine as a ground cover plant in the front of the bed.

Curb Appeal Picks

Cherry trees, with their abundant blooms, are very popular trees for front yards. Boxwood shrubs are prized for their straight lines and ability to be pruned into any shape. They look great against brick or around entryways. Ornamental grasses are fantastic accent plants, adding depth, and contrasting texture.