There are some front garden ideas, which are universally useful. For instance, nearly every front yard benefits from utilizing a mixture of evergreens and colorful seasonal flowers. By mixing the two, you’ll have both year-round greenery and the freedom to add or remove flowering plants as the seasons change. Depending on your climate and commitment, you may be able to even make use of flowering evergreens such as azaleas to create a welcoming front yard that requires almost no effort.
However, you should also be mindful of your commitment level and your environment when planning a garden. Every plant has specific watering and sunlight needs. A succulent garden is unlikely to thrive in a shady New England yard, and a fern garden won’t last long in a sun-drenched Southwestern yard. No matter what front yard landscaping idea you favor, pick plants that are appropriate for your climate and for the specific conditions in your yard and with a little know-how, you can create a front garden that will wow your neighbors and gives a boost to your home’s value.
Cottage-Style Planted Wheelbarrow
Showy Succulent Stone Planters
Circular Shade-Loving Annuals Flower Bed
Water-Wise Western Water Feature
Easy Care Evergreen Entryway
Porch Full of Petunias
Sophisticated Japanese Garden Beds
Signpost and Plant Hanger
Modern Craftsman Lighted Path
Rustic Wagon Plant Stand
Enchanting Rose Arbor
Low Maintenance Mediterranean
The Soft Side of Iron and Stone
Wine Barrel Garden