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Old 12-18-2012, 09:34 AM
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Most importantly, go over your plan with the owner and explain why you are doing his landscape the way its planned. For example, tell him you decided to use mostly, I'd have at least a small bark area around plantings, stone mulch for fire resistance and long lasting appearance. Explain your plantings and why you chose them. The more details the better. Also, I like stone and gravel for mulch. There are so many ways to go with different sizes and colors. Good Luck. Show us what you did when all done.
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