An original rock landscaping made it difficult for homeowners Ken and Beverly Behymer to plant anything in their new front yard. That’s when landscape architect Jim Love came up with a solution for their new Oregon home. Low-water plants saved the Behymer’s a large increase in their water bill and provided a beautiful and inviting front yard with grasses, perennials, trees, shrubs and groundcover. In the summer, black-eyed Susan bursts in brilliant yellow blossoms, while the fall brings rusty brown blooms from the Autumn Joy. Love made sure this front yard offered curb appeal for every season.
Source: Sunset Magazine