BEFORE: Tough-to-Mow Slope AFTER: No-Mow Slope

Greenery without a ton of grass to have to water and mow. Just what I want.

So cute

secret garden: the back part of my yard in the corner could look like this

Front yard

a lovely and turf-less front yard. I want my front yard to have NO grass

Meandering path to front door

This long-lasting, recycled rubber border keeps grass and weeds from encroaching and lets you mow right along so there’s no need to trim.

Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

I need to see this instead of my neighbor's front yard. idea: garden in front of white picket fence

❀ Beautiful Combination Of Shrubs, Trees And Flowers ❀ GREAT resource to go to when deciding on what to plant in/ around the yard/ house :-D

Add Privacy with Shrubs Use these colorful shrubs and shrub-sized trees to offer year-round interest in your front yard. Plus, enjoy the little extra privacy the plants provide. Garden size: 13 by 11 feet.

Enjoy the Beauty of Grasses Ornamental grasses are great because they look beautiful all winter and are ultraeasy to grow. Soften hard-to-mow corners in the front of your home with this small-space garden plan. Garden size: 10 by 8 feet. Download this plan!

Water Smarts: Foliage plants shine in this drought-tolerant garden. Many drought-tolerant plants offer less-showy blooms, but make up for it with interesting foliage, such as Japanese bloodgrass. Plants in curb strips catch water before it hits the street. Replace grass with drought-tolerant plantings, which also help prevent erosion. Shade can fight against water loss: Plants lose a lot of moisture from evaporation on hot days. Grasses and artemisia offer beautiful foliage in this bed.

beautiful landscape slope

small family kitchen garden // Great Gardens & Ideas //


Description: Strong shapes were key to the design, so Kirsty created circular lawns and a round island bed, where the stunning Cercis Canadensis takes centre stage

While the planting looks great spring to fall, it was also designed for winter interest. The boxwoods, as well as a dwarf Alberta spruce, provide evergreen color and the ornamental grasses look great in the down season, too.

Create Illusions

adding texture with grasses