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Suburban Front Yard Landscaping Ideas
October 25, 2016

Suburban Front Yard Landscaping Ideas

As edible landscapes go, the Schoenherr family’s new front yard in Woodbury is a work of art. The once flat, turf-covered ground is now a rich, rolling tapestry of raised beds filled with a farm-worthy array of vegetable plants. The grass is gone — but there are fruit trees and berry bushes and a brick bread oven, flanked by a circle of log seats ready for hungry…

Desert Landscaping Ideas for Front Yard
April 14, 2017

Desert Landscaping Ideas for Front Yard

Tips And Ideas For Front Yard Designs In The Desrt Southwest This Southwest front yard landscape design is not only a great example of Southwest landscaping but also a true example of the principle of simplicity. The planting ideas follow xeriscaping principles and are kept to a minimum of species and color combinations. Drought Tolerant Plants Used In This Design…

Easy Front Yard Landscape Ideas
August 2, 2015

Easy Front Yard Landscape Ideas

For most homeowners, the front yard makes the first impression when people come to visit. After all, it s the first thing people see when they visit your home. This is the main reason that front yard landscaping is such a popular topic among homeowners. Landscaping a Front Yard for Curb Appeal One approach to landscaping your front yard is to do a complete overhaul…

Townhouse Front Yard Landscaping Ideas
May 28, 2016

Townhouse Front Yard Landscaping Ideas

By Joshua Mogal, Houzz Shades of Green Landscape Architecture, original photo on Houzz For most of us, when we think of drought-tolerant design – also known as xeriscaping – the gardens of Mediterranean and Southwestern-style homes come to mind. Why? Because those climates require water-efficient plants and trees, and they make the most use of drought-resistant…

Florida Landscape Ideas Front Yard
October 4, 2015

Florida Landscape Ideas Front Yard

Trees play an important role in the home landscape. In addition to providing shade and ambience, they fill a critical design need: Trees are the only plant large enough to work with the scale of a house. By itself, this birch tree would make a fine addition to the front yard. But when placed in an island bed with other plants, it feels more at home visually…

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