Question:

How do I landscape my front yard?

4 August, 2021 Sharie Latson 4

Answers (4):

  • AUTHOR: MARK KAZMIERCZAK
    6 August, 2021

    For a beautiful landscape design and maintenance that maximizes the efficiency of your space, contact an interior designer who specializes in landscape design and installation. Interior designers have been designing some of the most visually stunning outdoor spaces for years, so they know exactly what it takes to move you from an average house into a work of art. House entrances can be made more engaging by giving them beauty with plants, flowers or trees that are interestingly lit for nighttime illumination. Homeowners will also be pleased to find out that their landscaping project doesn't have to break their bank interior designers can provide homeowners with pricing options designed around budgets before any project is begun.

  • AUTHOR: RICHARD PARIS
    6 August, 2021

    Every garden design is unique. But a good idea is to start by looking at the plants you want in your garden - do they prefer shade or sun, are you going to need irrigation, and how much water will the plants require? These considerations can help you decide where to put your garden beds. A small flower bed under a tree might be perfect for shade-loving roses while vines that need lots of water need more space on the lawn. Remember that large trees can make it difficult or expensive to reach all areas of a yard with large tools so know what type of equipment will best suit the job before tackling big projects.

  • AUTHOR: BUFFY GRISBY
    6 August, 2021

    There are many ways to go about this, it depends on what you want to achieve with your garden. For example do you have a deck that overlooks the front yard? Is your house nestled into the hillside on a brushy lot that is full of boulders and plants or in an older neighborhood with very few overgrowing shrubs for privacy? Do you have young children who may be interested in some type of gardening project? The answer will be different if you answer yes versus no. Talk to an interior designer who specializes in landscape architecture for advice! An interior designer will know how to help maximize land usage, know safe practices for landscaping outside and give you great ideas on with sustainable materials.

  • AUTHOR: JESSE STOVAL
    6 August, 2021

    The quickest way to solve your problem is choose landscape design that complements the facade of your home and your adjacent buildings. This will tie everything together with aesthetically pleasing results without a huge expenditure of time or money. For more specific advice, I recommend talking to an interior designer about what types of plants fit within the color palette you're striving for. It sounds as if you are living in a subdivision-type setting where fences separate yards from one another so personal preference in landscaping gardens may not be possible. You can supplement this by cultural gardening on the property.