Which Landscapers' Challenge Design Would You Choose?

There's never just one way to landscape a yard. In every episode of Landscapers' Challenge, the homeowner has the tough job of choosing the best of three great design plans. Would you have made the same decision?

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Landscape architect Christian Brown's plan offers a touch of formality to the yard. Three steps below a bluestone dining patio is a casual patio, flanked with two shade trees. To link the three structures on the property, a crushed gravel path would come off the bluestone patio and lead to the garage and potting shed. A simple plant palette — including coral bells, dwarf fountain grass and boxwood hedges — would provide a uniform look. A large pottery vessel would house a water feature. Finally, a small fieldstone patio with a bench overlooks the creek.
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