Mix Flowerbed with Landscaping Ideas
Hedge your bets by adding a classic and elegant boxwood hedge in your entry path. Despite its simplicity and monochrome, the dense leafy branches of boxwood shrubs can be easily molded into many designs. As shown in the idea of the front garden, small and round, or caught in a short rectangular hedge, they help guide the eyes to the front door of the house, subtly encouraging visitors to use this path instead of walking on the grass. Short hedges may be one of the lowest maintenance options for flower beds and sidewalk boundarie.
By mixing flower varieties that bloom in different seasons, you can ensure that colors continue throughout the year. In this example, evergreen shrubs are dotted with spring and summer flowers and annual greenery, creating a lush farmhouse garden. The pink, red, and green riots complement the style of the house and make it look more attractive. The window frames are planted with the same annual plant species as the courtyard boundary, attracting visitors’ attention and pushing the front yard to look more unified.