Woodland Hills turf removal
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Woodland Hills turf-removal creates an inviting front yard

The 1969 home in Woodland Hills before the lawn was removed. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

The couple kept the established plants and trees on the parking strip, which have benefited from the recent winter rain. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

The couple kept the home’s original flagstone walkway. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

A Bobcat operator removes six inches of grass and soil. The couple followed with 18 cubic yards of nitrogen, after which MLML Landscaping prepared the soil and put in all the new plants.

 (Carmel McFayden )

The lavender-lined walkway today. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

A new gravel walkway at the front of the house creates a place to sit and socialize with neighbors. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

The new garden features olive trees, lavendar, rosemary, agave and more. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

The garden in bloom. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

The new gravel-lined path next to the front of the house creates an outdoor patio where the homeowners can visit with neighbors. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

Homeowners Frank Donner and Carmel McFayden, at left, enjoy their Woodland Hills front yard with their neighbors. 

 ( Courtesy of Carmel McFayden)

The garden in bloom in April. 

 (Carmel McFayden )

The grid-based landscape plan by SEED Design Collaborative. 

 (SEED Design Collaborative)
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