While many look forward to a terrific backyard retreat, you shouldn’t neglect the front yard. Curb appeal is important. Landscape design can go a long way toward making a good first impression.
- Hedges- Planting hedges, such as boxwood, along an entry path, can be a great way to add a touch of class.
- Water Feature- A water feature doesn’t have to be a large fountain or pond. A water feature can be something as simple as a small pondless fountain. It’s perfect for a shaded area where plants refuse to grow.
- Evergreen Entry- Even if your thumb is a shade other than green, you can have a gorgeous entryway. Evergreens are a generally hardy lot and have the added benefit of remaining green even in the dreary winter months.
- Tiered Garden Beds- If your lawn has a slope to it, you may find it a challenge to maintain. Whether you use natural stone, paver bricks, or red bricks, terraced planting beds can be an attractive solution to a tricky problem.
A good landscaping company can help you with these options and many more, so call J & S Landscape now to get started.