This is our home in Edgewood, Pittsburgh, Pa. The landscaping has been learned by necessity. When we moved in 2008, the yard was neglected. The Juniper earned the nickname “Deadifers!” I began a new plan after remediating the soil and removing the plants and trees. Based on the teachings of the late Loutrell Briggs of Charleston, SC I have created an inviting space. Azalea, Carolina Allspice, Roses and Hydrangea dot the landscape with Iris. Each season has newly blooming plants: Daylily, Butterfly Bush, Crape Myrtle and Hibiscus. A wall was added two years ago. The Ironwork is designed to complement the fence. The Pollinator garden shows the Herringbone brick of the walkways.