How to add color to front yard landscaping? Today you are going to learn six tips to help you bring the color you want in your front yard.
Does your front yard lack the pop of color you’re looking for?
Do you want a front yard that looks inviting and well-cared for?
There are a number of things you can do to make that happen. Best of all, you won’t even have to hire a gardener. Let’s take a closer look at how to add color to front yard landscaping.
6 Ways to Add Color to Front Yard Landscaping
Line Borders with Perennial Flowers
Flowers are one of the easiest ways to add color to front yard landscaping. The hardest part is planting them. That’s why you want to invest in perennial flowers. Some of the best options for lining borders, such as walkways or driveways, include:
- Shasta Daisies
- Russian Sage
The taller flowers like Russian Sage and Lavender are better for borders that line your house because they grow taller. Research your area, the sunlight you get in the area, etc. to help determine which flowers are best for your area.
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Evergreens are a must. When winter comes, your front yard landscaping can look bleak and barren. However, if you plant evergreens, you can still enjoy pops of color – even in the dead of winter.
There are a number of evergreens, such as Arborvitaes, that are perfect for lining your property to create a natural border. There are even evergreens that will grow berries in the winter months, which add even more color. A couple of these include Winterberry and Sky Pencil Holly.
Use Rubber Mulch
Mulch can be an excellent way to add color to flower beds that aren’t completely filled in or are empty during the winter months. Rubber mulch is a great investment because it lasts 10 to 20 years, depending on what it’s made from.
You can find rubber mulch in a variety of colors. Remember, color isn’t just red, yellow, or even blue. Color can also be shades of brown or black. Rubber mulch is also beneficial because it impedes weed growth and doesn’t attract bugs.
Add Colorful Pebbles in Walkways
Again, color doesn’t have to be bright colors. A good mix of pea gravel in a mixture of white, tan, and brown, for example, can add a colorful touch to walkways. Remember to put a weed barrier wherever you’ll be creating walkways so that you don’t have to constantly spray weed killer.
Invest in Yard Décor
Not all landscaping is plant-based. There are so many cute pieces of lawn décor that you can add to your front yard. This doesn’t mean flamingos and gnomes. This means gazing globes, garden stakes, statues, birdbaths, and even fountains.
Next, to your front porch, you could even add a small koi pond. If you’re not good at gardening, you may want to consider yard décor instead.
Plant Colorful Trees
Last, but not least, if you have the room, plant a few trees in different colors. Maple trees come in a variety of colors that look different throughout the year. Again, research your area to determine which trees will do well in your area.
There are so many ways to add color to front yard landscaping. Whether you add flowers, trees, or lawn décor pieces, you can create a front yard landscape that looks beautiful year-round. You can even create landscaping that requires very little upkeep.
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