This stone-framed home exudes curb appeal with a terraced front yard and traditional brick walkway. A classic stone mailbox adds to the charm, as do manicured hedges, soft ground covers and graceful mature trees.
The modern front entrance of this Midcentury Modern home welcomes guests into the space. Instead of traditional landscaping, gravel, concrete and a few native, drought resistant plants create a low maintenance space that will be durable throughout California's dry summer months.
This colorful Craftsman home has lots of curb appeal with a beautifully landscaped front yard. The terraced yard matches the terrain with the style of the house, creating a beautiful facade for this unique home.
The landscape designers for this expansive property were among the first to use Southern Living's Sunshine Ligustrum. The brilliant yellow plant has a compact look and despite its delicate appearance is a hardy evergreen.
Nestled on a quiet hilltop, this Mediterranean style home boasts extraordinary views and seclusion. Terraced landscaping compliments the sloped front yard, allowing for unobstructed views from the home's multiple outdoor spaces.
A bold red door welcomes you to this charming Tudor-style cottage with brick and half-timbering details. A beautiful front yard landscape features terracing sections for added depth, as seen on HGTV's Curb Appeal.
Lighting fixtures painted a soft teal complement the home's beige hues, while blue fescue grasses (Festuca glauca) echo the color of the lamp posts. Brown pots placed along the walkway tie the landscape, designed by Philip Thornburg of Winterbloom, back to the house.