Get inspired! Update your front yard or backyard design with shrubbery, gardens, walkways, and more. Give your yard a fresh look this season.
Wine Country Garden
The lush garden of this Napa Valley country cottage features lavender, rosemary, irises, and fruit trees.
Boxwood hedges – whether rounded, squared off, or snaked through other borders – can add charm to any country garden.
Boxwoods surround a tranquil fountain outside this sunlight-drenched “she-shed”. How gorgeous is this?
Oak-leaf blooms and lady’s mantle bloom in front of a former sugar shack overrun by wisteria vines.
Plant large, eye-catching flowers that will grow up and around a fence to create a beautiful walkway to your home.
Floral Front Yard
Overflowing with your favorite flowers, window boxes are a irresistible draw for the eye. Consider planting flowers in a shade that complements the color of your home. Or, for dramatic effect, mix in a second plant that picks up your trim color.
Portulaca, variegated sage, cherry tomatoes, Padron peppers, parsley, and more thrive in galvanized troughs in the backyard of this California home.
A herbaceous border of catmint, delphinium, red-hot poker, and roses covers this garden.
Twenty varieties of hosta create a lush patchwork in front of this New Hampshire barn.
Make an Entrance
An allée of fast-growing Bradford pear trees leads to this 1850s farmhouse.