Amazing fall color is vibrant at 717 White Oak Drive in Oxford. Homeowners Bobby and Karen Kramig have utilized their entire house surroundings with color all season long. Garden beds evolved when hedge trees were removed . Des Fleurs Garden Club awards this based on street appeal, however, you can enjoy the Kramig’s garden on multiple sides of their property. Built on a small hillside, retaining walls help layer and compliment both house and gardens. You will find many different hardscapes including a Yellowwood tree (planted as a house warming gift), bald cypress, hemlocks, weeping white pine, Japanese maples, dogwoods, roses, and hydrangeas. Annuals include bubble gum petunias, red fountain grass, mums, coleus, and many bird feeders. Their favorite garden space is on their large welcoming patio surrounded by nature.
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