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Viburnum plicatum tomentosum Shasta to be used front of house behind existing boxwood hedge

Teucrium fruticans

Teucrium fruticans 'Compactum' Compact Bush Germander Photo Courtesy of PlantMaster™ GardenSoft

Hydrangeas with hosta border--I like the idea of making the border wavy, so you can plant something else in the curve. Adds more dimension!

Hydrangeas with hosta border--I like the idea of making the border wavy, so you can plant something else in the curve. Adds more dimension! Like the color combo

Double file viburnum. Love! Recently planted a snowball viburnum in my back yard, they are beautiful, makes you smile to see them!

pretty but i can never get hydrangeas to gorw.besides they probably take too much water :( Climbing hydrangea, flowers, white, gardening, landscaping

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' This is a very hardy hydrangea that starts out green, turns white and then goes back to green. Cut it back to the ground in late fall for the largest flowers the next year. A keeper!

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'- this delightful shrub is lovely from the moment the lime green flowers appear right through their transformation to cream, then white, then green again.

Wax Leaf Privet (Ligustrum japonicum). Upright evergreen shrub with very dense, dark green foliage. Small creamy-white flowers bloom in midsummer. Privet takes wonderfully to pruning, so don't be afraid to go beyond a simple hedge and shape one into a fantastical specimen for a garden focal point. Looks beautiful in the garden as a specimen or clipped hedge. Great for privacy screening or blocking unsightly views. Best planted in groups.

Upright evergreen shrub with very dense, dark green foliage. Small creamy-white flowers bloom in midsummer. Privet takes wonderfully to pruning. Best planted in groups.

Hydrangea & Hosta - the perfect combination for low maintenance garden that is still striking

Great landscaping for lazy gardeners. This is the easiest scenario: Hydrangeas and Hostas.

Love this low maintenance side garden.

For both low maintenance and aesthetic appeal, a brick pathway is the perfect choice for your landscape. Framing the walkway with low, small shrubs adds a personal touch that gives the path a completed look