Bushes and groundcover offer landscaping that's easy to maintain while their deep, dark greens create an elegant contrast to the home's soft color palette.
Fill your backyard with a variety of colorful plants, shrubs and landscaping materials. Don't be afraid to spend more for quality, comfortable patio furniture so you can enjoy your plantings.
Surrounded by a beautiful landscape of shrubs and grasses, the home's front entry boasts striking curb appeal.
Stones in warm terracotta shades are used from the house exterior and garden walls to the patio and water feature. A round patio surrounds the traditional urn-style water feature, which provides soothing sound ambiance to the space.
Wildflowers and shrubs planted amongst beds of gravel create picturesque and sustainable landscaping outside this ranch home.
Lush landscaping complete with tall palms and understory bushes screens the garage from the front of the house.
Purple-hued shrubs were used in the landscape design of the HGTV Smart Home 2014.
Planters, shrubs and annuals add color to a terraced landscape featuring three sets of brick stairs.
To keep the landscape interesting, but also drought-sensitive, designers used clipped, round bushes to punctuate the pea gravel.
Green shrubs line the home's exterior and walkway, with a few trees to add some shade to the landscape.
It's obvious that the landscape is well taken care of with its bright green lawn and multitude of shrubs.
Shrubs, ornamental grasses and an agave plant fill the front landscape, adding lovely curb appeal to the home.
Lush green shrubs and pretty yellow wildflowers complement the natural landscape and rock patio at this rustic mountain retreat.
This beautifully landscaped backyard features a pool and hot tub surrounded by green grass and flowering trees and shrubs.
This grassy backyard area, just off the home's back patio, boasts elegant landscaping with neatly trimmed shrubs and trees.
Bluestone stairs descend into the terrace and spacious backyard that includes a full landscape of lush shrubs and perennials.
Like the red varieties, Yellow Twig Dogwood sports a loose form as a landscape shrub.
The early morning light peeks through the trees and bushes, while a light fog drifts over the landscape.