The meticulous landscape design of this home's property ensures that something's always in bloom. The different shrubs and evergreens give the front and back yards a different personality depending on the season.
Stone Stairs and Walkway Leading Up to an Elegant Front Entry
This statement entryway was designed with the architectural lines of the home in mind. The landscaping creates a cascade of stone levels leading to the front door, complete with large over-sized planters and shrubs.
This residence in Escondido, CA had a yard makeover by Licensed Contractor Jason Cameron, as seen on DIY Network's America's Most Desperate Landscape. This yard has beautiful shrubs and large boulders that bring attention to the font yard.
“Asheville is super, and everybody is one of a kind,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It’s a very artistic place and it’s edgy, and there’s a huge art and music community. So overall, in and outside of the house, there’s a ton of color.”
Decorative Front Yard Landscaping Featuring Large Rocks, A Waterfall Feature and Bright Plant Life
This dramatic front yard features a six-foot-wide waterfall that plunges five feet to the lower terrace. Surrounding this water feature, the landscape is adorned with lush perennial and annual gardens. Large stones create gorgeous shapes and textures against the trimmed grass.
C.B.Conlin Landscapes: A Charming In-laid Pathway With Stone Columns and Planters
This home's walkway and landscaping leading to the front door are inviting expressions of form and balance. Created by landscape architects C.B. Conlin, this space introduces the loveliness of the home's exterior, and its manicured greenery shows a formal and well-conceived design. Especially fetching are the stone planters that sit atop columns that repeat in other outdoor areas of the home, providing privacy and structural detail.