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How to create a dog-friendly garden

Published Sunday March 12

How to design a landscape both you and your pups will love

Playful geometry breaks this backyard into dining and seating circles. The circular landing pads filled with decomposed granite are great for lounging and dining in the backyard, edged by easy-care plants all soft and sturdy enough to withstand dogs—who can run around in the unplanted, not paved space.

Fat, dwarf Atlantic white cedars ( Chamaecyparis thyoides ‘Heather Bun’) enclose the 10-foot-wide dining area, while ornamental grasses, shrubs, and perennials define the 12-foot-wide seating space. A flowering cherry ( Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’) shades both circles.

Set up paths to run and patrol

Set up paths to run and patrol

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