#11 Structured Evergreen Garden Beds with Colorful Planters
The classic low boxwood hedge draws visitors’ eyes and feet to the front door while topiary evergreens and a white-barked multi-trunked tree bring height and year-round drama to the entryway.
#12 Sophisticated Japanese Garden Beds
This bold look is perfect for mid-century or modern homes where the home’s architecture pairs well with structured beds.
#13 Signpost and Plant Hanger
You can display your house number and also offers display space for a hanging basket. If the entryway to your home is set back from the road or if you have a prominent garage which blocks the view of passers-by, displaying your house number closer to the road is not only decorative but practical as well.
#14 Modern Craftsman Lighted Path
These metal garden path lights are a sleek alternative to the lantern. They can offer a more welcoming feel to your home’s entryway. Paired with a cut flagstone path and a pleasing mix of grasses, annuals, and evergreens, this front garden idea is a solid mix of modern and classic elements.
#15 Rustic Wagon Plant Stand
With a few modifications, you can turn an old wagon into a delightfully shabby chic plant stand. This is an especially creative idea for renters who may not have permission to plant directly in the yard but still want to add some country charm to their home.
#16 Enchanting Rose Arbor
Pink roses are always a safe choice, but the bold red of the roses in the picture is a good match for the red rocking chair on the porch and even the door of the house itself. The white picket fence and arched climbing arbor in this garden not only help frame the entryway of the house but also lend an air of nostalgia to this home. The rough flagstone pathway and wide flower beds perfectly compliment the cottage-like feel of this front yard landscaping idea.
#17 Heavenly Picket Fence
This is a breathtakingly lovely front yard landscaping idea with a small variety of flowers. Hybrid roses tend to be tough and resilient, and with a moderate amount of care, will gain their full potential within a year or two of planting.
#18 The Soft Side of Iron and Stone
Metalwork and stone are the perfect combinations for this idea. Be sure that metal planters can drain adequately without causing rust stains.
#19 Wine Barrel Garden
A half wine barrel filled with potting soil can make a suitable home for cheery annual flowers. Pansies, marigolds, and nasturtiums are tough survivors to grow in this rustic container garden.