Notasha, I'm about 30 miles South of Atlanta, here's a few of my favorites that do well in this part of the country.Hello, we are finishing up our new house and need some help with the front yard. Right now we had them just seed it with grass, but in the long-term we would like minimal grass and natives/wildlife landscaping (we're in the Southeast). I am wanting to develop a plan that we can add to over the next couple of years but am not sure where to start without it looking incomplete. I will try to post a few better pictures later. Thanks in advance!
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At one time there were over 500 varities of these in my yard.
Sweet Shurbs are a native favorite (these came from my Grandfather's farm)
And no Southern yard is complete with a few Azales
Hope this gives you some ideas, Cheers, Ray