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Give your sidewalk garden an extra bit of pizzazz with flowing curves: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/sidewalk-garden-front-yard/?socsrc=bhgpin02082014createinterestwithcurves&page=2

Front Yard Sidewalk-Garden Ideas: Add beauty and curb appeal to your front yard with a sidewalk garden. Create Interest with Curves. Curves are much more appealing to the eye than straight lines.

garden idea that blooms nearly all year long, what to plant for each season

Create a Nonstop Border

Create a Nonstop Border Featured in the September, 2010 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, Lark Kulikowski has learned by doing in her perennial border. Starting with what she calls pass-along plants, divisions contribu

Would love my front yard to look like this   someday. If I could keep my neighbors from stealing my   plantings!!!

Front Entry Flower Bed Unique by Design: Canna (zone Knock-out roses (zone Black & Blue Salvia (zone Gaura (not yet blooming, zone Lambs Ear (zone Purple Heart (zone Daylily and Begonias (zone If you lived in zone would be perfect.

Find dimension by planting cool colors. Lavender, light pink, and blue feel farther away than they really are.

Front-Yard Sidewalk-Garden Ideas

Front Yard Sidewalk-Garden Ideas: Make Your Yard Feel Bigger. Create an illusion of space if you have a small yard with a street-side by joannakelley

Tree-mounted downlights and upward-pointing well lights show off this tree's branch structure and invite people to come out and enjoy the swing. | thisoldhouse.com

All About Landscape Lighting

Lighting not just your home's exterior, but also your yard, can be done for almost no money with solar power -- Must do this in our backyard - beautiful! And it would make summer nights even more magical! I love the big tree!

Definitely showing this to Johnny! He said he wants some home projects when we get married ... might as well start the list! ;)

The Best Garden Bed Edging Tips

Brick pavers make a simple, handsome border and work well as edging material. They're ideal for a wide border that keeps grass out of the garden, yet allows flowers etc. to spill over without intruding onto the grass.


When the front yard landscaping is not good enough. Let's take a look at three quality front yard landscaping ideas to keep in mind and give a try.

A fence and carefully chosen plants are a great way to add privacy to a side yard.  Better Homes and Gardens

Lovely Gate and Fence using Lattice work. While the fence's woodwork signals a secluded landscape, the lattice's open weave filters both sunlight and views✨