RHYTHM & COLOR

Ready to add some charm to your front garden bed? This design may be tiny, but it packs vibrant color and creativity with a jazzy theme. The homeowners can cozy up to easily read, dine, nap or entertain in this warm and enjoyable space.

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raised beds The biggest impact is the view from the front door. We used two raised beds to maximize the ease and planting area. Plus, we had enough left over plants to cascade them down to the ground plane.

raised beds

The biggest impact is the view from the front door. We used two raised beds to maximize the ease and planting area. Plus, we had enough left over plants to cascade them down to the ground plane.

flowers  Merigolds, zinnias and verbena were combined to create a bright and warm look. Yellow calabrochea spills over the edge of the planting along with verbena. From one angle, you see mostly oranges and yellows from the landscape. 

flowers 

Merigolds, zinnias and verbena were combined to create a bright and warm look. Yellow calabrochea spills over the edge of the planting along with verbena. From one angle, you see mostly oranges and yellows from the landscape. 

 
PLANTS From the other angle, you see mostly calming purples. Sage, ajuga, and verbena are placed underneath in a window box to provide eye appeal.

PLANTS

From the other angle, you see mostly calming purples. Sage, ajuga, and verbena are placed underneath in a window box to provide eye appeal.

DETAILS Stones were used to create a border along the sides of the walkway between the two mulch areas, which adds depth to the design. A volunteer apricot tree is the heart of the yard.

DETAILS

Stones were used to create a border along the sides of the walkway between the two mulch areas, which adds depth to the design. A volunteer apricot tree is the heart of the yard.