Tips and Tricks from Landscape Designers

These landscape designers' tips can help you turn your boring backyard into a spectacular outdoor retreat.

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When planting on a slope, use drought-tolerant plants because they're on an angle and get a lot more sunlight. Some examples of plants that landscape designer Scott Cohen uses on slopes are hibiscus, canna lily 'Tropicana', and lantana.
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