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nstead of having to mow your front yard once a week (or more) to keep it looking good, indulge in rich plantings. This crafty gardener mixed ornamentals, herbs, and vegetables to create a beautiful front yard that takes a lot less time to keep looking good than a lawn. Her front yard is the perfect place to grab some fresh herbs for dinner. Front Gardens, Front Yard Gardens, Yard Idea, Gardens Idea, Front Yards, Yard Maintenance, Curb Appeal, Front Porches, Sidewalk Gardens
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Dress Up Your Walkway Transform your front walk into a stylish statement by edging it in easy-care plants such as variegated hosta and boxwood. Conjure even more magic by putting a gentle curve in the path; it will offer your walkway with a soft, gentle look.
Lose Your Lawn Enhance a rustic or Arts and Crafts home with a rugged walkway of pavers broken up by pockets of low-growing groundcover, such as this sweet alyssum. Lush plantings on both sides of the path help prevent this small-space front yard from feeling too tiny.