How do you design a front garden?
- Keep the route to the front door simple.
- Choose sympathetic materials for the path.
- Highlight your front door.
- Choose cost-effective gravel.
- Parking or garden?
- Choose a planting structure for year round interest.
- Pick a front garden colour scheme.
- Consider front garden security.
Furthermore, what should I plant in my front garden?
Good examples include catmint, Nepeta × faassenii; honeysuckle, Lonicera periclymenum; ivy, Hedera helix cultivars; and Aster novi-belgii. See RHS Plants for Pollinators for more ideas. Pots can be placed anywhere, allowing plants to be grown in areas of the front garden that don't have soil.
Similarly, what are the best shrubs for front of house? At a Glance: Our 10 Choices for Best Evergreen Shrubs for Front of House to Feature in This Article:
- Bloomerang Dark Purple Reblooming Lilac Live Shrub.
- Green Promise Farms Knock Out Roses.
- New life Nursery and Garden Eastern Snowball Bush.
- New Life Nursery and Garden Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea.
Likewise, how can I make my front lawn look nice?
Here are 14 things you can do to keep your yard in tip-top shape while spending less than $100.
- Plant Stuff. A good-looking yard is full of life.
- Trim Stuff.
- Pull Weeds.
- Lay Down Mulch.
- Put Up Some Lattice.
- Power Wash Your House.
What are the best plants for front of house?
10 Plants to Add Instant Curb Appeal When Selling Your Home
- Nandina. Nandina, or heavenly bamboo, provides four-season curb appeal in some regions (the plants are evergreen in Zones 8-10 and semi-evergreen or deciduous in Zones 6-8).