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Plants with showy blooms and pretty foliage are welcome additions to sunny garden spots.
Foliage and trees fill a gently sloped site.
Tall flowers play up color and foliage.
A lovely collection of plants adds beauty to a yard.
A rippling flowerbed dresses up a garden.
A casual cottage garden distinguishes itself with a loose collection of plants.
Purples and yellows supply a flowerbed with subdued color.
Geometry supplies beauty in this stately garden.
A show-stopping collection of sun-loving plants supplies front yard brilliance.
Blooms brighten a slim space between sidewalk and fence.