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Front Entrance

Jim Charron of Foliage Fetish Landscaping creates lush matching urns for a formal welcome at the front entrance.

Key Elements
Symmetrical Plantings With both urns brimming with purple blooms and abundant greenery, the landscaping team created a sense of balance at the asymmetrical front entrance.

Bright Palette Purple and red flowers in similarly strong hues ensure one shade doesn't overpower the other. Red tulips in the front flower bed hint at the spectacular red and white tulips planted en masse in the formal gardens behind the house.

Eco-Friendly Maintenance Green choices included organic bone meal for fertilizer and blood meal as a natural squirrel repellent.

See more photos of the 2009 Junior League of Toronto showhouse in our gallery.

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