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My Small Front Yard

VJPS
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This summer I had to have a large pine tree cut down. Now I need to replace almost everything with plants that can take the hot sun.

Comments / Q&A

On March 15,2012 s.palisoc said:

"I picked up some stone hedges from homedepot, they are about $2.99ea. They are very light in weight. I can't wait to get more. Check them out on line if you get a chance, nicer in person. They have the look of rock. They come three attached. Try those in place of the green plastic hedge border. "

On March 8,2012 VJPS said:

"That's a good idea to plant a rose in a pot. I have a large, pretty pot with one dead plant in it.. (my thumb isn't very green). I only have the one rose bush and thought I might try another as it seems to grow nicely in spite of me ;). Thank you for the suggestion and the nice comment. "

On March 6,2012 s.palisoc said:

"I love it. Like a postcard. Try a potted rose bush, they take the heat and you can keep it at specific size. "

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