The front garden is the public face of every home and the first thing people see when visiting or just passing by. The way you design your front garden will depend on the time and effort you are prepared to spend looking after it. Masses of flowers look most attractive but can involve a lot of work so you may prefer a more low key look. The fourteen front gardens are described below in an article by Karen Quintanilla which I found on the Shareably website.
Gardens may be more of a?backyard arrangement, but keeping one?in the front of your house is just as rewarding. Not only do you still get to enjoy time with your plants, but you can also beautify?your home.?Front yards are one of the main attractions of your home?s exterior, so what better way to stand out on the block than with some lush landscaping? Below are some brilliant front yard gardens with stunning landscaping we?re just dying to have!
This walkway runs through a beautiful flower garden that adds a soft touch to the house. Could you imagine coming home to this charming flower field?
This house features blooms that complement its color and give it a fairy tale appearance. Window boxes are especially useful if you have a small front yard.
Pots and pebbles
This crafty setup that includes pebbles can help reduce the amount of water it would take to irrigate these plants.
A grand entrance
Large flower pots at your home?s?entrance are splendid focal points. That, and?they?re watered easily.
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