curb appeal: part 3.

We started 2012 with high hopes for turning our weed filled yard into a beautifully landscaped area.  We started out the spring by meeting with a new landscaper who came highly recommended on the internet.  He had an amazing vision for our yard.  However, his amazing vision did not take into account that I told him I wanted little to no mulch, absolutely no annuals, and little to no maintenance.  Instead, we got at $30,000 quote that included over $2000 worth of mulch and meticulously planned flower beds that would need a fair amount of attention.

Since we didn’t happen to have $30,000 laying around, we decided to put the yard on hold and try to formulate a plan to DIY it.

Instead, we did nothing.  We let the weeds grow freely, and grow they did.  Let me assure you, our neighbors LOVED that.

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