A front garden is the public face of a house; it creates the first impression of the property and its owners to the outside world. It’s important that the front garden of the house is designed to be practical, but also deliver that all important kerb appeal. Today, we will discuss about front garden designs. Front garden designs can be elaborate, colorful, or classic depending on the taste of the homeowner. Some gardeners prefer a manicured look with plush lawns, sculpted shrubs, and brick edged walkways. Others enjoy more of a country type setting, with a white picket fence and multi-colored wildflowers that cover the yard and spill over the front gate. Yet another type of front garden landscape may have more unusual designs, such as exotic rock gardens, ponds, and miniature waterfalls.
Some homeowners want an attractive but understated entrance to their home, with a healthy, green lawn, flanked by small bushes and a stone pathway. Such front garden designs may include white gravel under potted plants that line the walkway. In this type of garden a few rhododendron bushes and a birdbath may ornament the way to the main entrance of the home. Small trees planted in front of the windows may offer both privacy and curb appeal in a classic front yard.