Some advice for planning the layout of your yard and garden
🔊 In this episode, Don and John give you the advice and confidence you need to plan a lovely yard and garden.
Planning your yard might seem like a daunting task. What should it look like, and what plants should you invest in?
In this episode, Don and John have loads of useful advice and moral support for anyone looking to plan and create a beautiful yard and garden.
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