An early summer border of mixed annuals and perennials, including zinnias, lillies, echinacea (coneflower), and sedge grasses, explodes with color at sunrise along the edge of a manicured residential backyard lawn near Seattle, with a white arbor in the soft focus background.

An early summer border of mixed annuals and perennials, including zinnias, lillies, echinacea (coneflower), and sedge grasses, explodes with color at sunrise along the edge of a manicured residential backyard lawn near Seattle, with a white arbor in the soft focus background.

Construct a retaining wall with concrete blocks and then adorn it with stone facade;they varying heights add interest to the garden.

20 Inspiring Tips for Building a DIY Retaining Wall

Construct a retaining wall with concrete blocks and then adorn it with stone facade;they varying heights add interest to the garden.

Victorian with low clipped boxwood hedges

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Victorian with low clipped boxwood hedges

Leave Space to Entertain - A great way to give your yard a more welcoming feel is to add a patio. Just like the front porches of days gone by, you can sit back and wave to neighbors while enjoying a cold glass of lemonade on a summer evening. ~ Decorate your front yard patio with a skirt of flowers or a small hedge to help it seem more intimate and enclosed -- without making an unfriendly barrier.

Front Yard Landscape Secrets

Leave Space to Entertain - A great way to give your yard a more welcoming feel is to add a patio. Just like the front porches of days gone by, you can sit back and wave to neighbors while enjoying a cold glass of lemonade on a summer evening. ~ Decorate your front yard patio with a skirt of flowers or a small hedge to help it seem more intimate and enclosed -- without making an unfriendly barrier.

Match Your Plants        Architectural style gives clues on what types of plants to grow. For example, opulent peonies, hydrangeas, and old-fashioned roses fit well with Victorian homes. If you have a contemporary dwelling, try plants that have interesting structure, such as upright ornamental grasses.

Get Landscaping Ideas from Your House

Match Your Plants Architectural style gives clues on what types of plants to grow. For example, opulent peonies, hydrangeas, and old-fashioned roses fit well with Victorian homes. If you have a contemporary dwelling, try plants that have interesting structure, such as upright ornamental grasses.

40 Front Yard Landscaping Ideas For A Good Impression

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40 Front Yard Landscaping Ideas For A Good Impression

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DIY Landscaping Project via MonicaWantsIt.com

DIY Landscaping to Boost Curb Appeal

DIY Landscaping Project via MonicaWantsIt.com

One idea on how to complete the gate on my dog run without making my little friends feel like convicts.

One idea on how to complete the gate on my dog run without making my little friends feel like convicts.

Deep purples look lovely in beds, especially when contrasted with perennials in yellow/gold and pink (such as these crepe myrtles). Always add a touch of white, says Danna Cain, a garden designer and co-owner of  Home & Garden Design  in Atlanta.

Deep purples look lovely in beds, especially when contrasted with perennials in yellow/gold and pink (such as these crepe myrtles). Always add a touch of white, says Danna Cain, a garden designer and co-owner of Home & Garden Design in Atlanta.

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