Planting Boxwoods In Front Of House
Placing a potted boxwood on either side of your front door will add to the welcoming feeling for visitors. Plant these in well-drained soil and keep it moist but not soggy so that they stay healthy over time, too!
Shrubs You Can Plant Close To The House
foundation plantings should be low-growing shrubs. These include yew, juniper and boxwood among others which can help create an airy feeling in your home with their shorter stature perfect for most spaces between 3 feet (.91 m) to 5′.
What To Plant In Front Of Boxwoods
The best companion plants for textural contract are thyme, hostaritis purpurea (hossts), lady’s mantle plant or lirope. To combine these colorful additions with mild tasting low growing shrubs try boxwood mixed in groups of three to five depending on its size; if they flower then even more interest will be produced!
What To Plant Next To House Foundation
Low-growing shrubs are perfect for foundation plantings. These shorter, more compact plants should have at least 3 feet (.91 m) of space to protect them from direct sunlight and ensure good air circulation around your house!
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