There are no concrete rules to front yard landscaping, but few professional tried methods can significantly enhance the appearance of your front yard.

Regardless of the size, your front yard can create a great appeal for your home. Landscaping must go beyond designing of the lawn as you should also consider the structure and size of your home. Planning must entail little details, such as the amount of sunlight your front yard receives and the type of bushes, plants, shrubs, and trees can uplift its appearance. Listed below are a few steps that can be taken to make your front yard landscaping project successful.

 

Focus

Before you begin the landscaping process, decide on the focus point of your front yard. The entrance door is the focal point of most front yards. In that case, consider the plants and trees that will frame the door and enhance its appearance.

 

Ground Covers

Ground cover plants and flowers are low maintenance and compliment the grass well.

 

Pathway

Keep in mind that while walking from the driveway to your entrance doors, a direct route will feel more natural and convenient. Curves to the pathway look elegant, however, too many twists may not appear too tidy. Regardless of the type of pathway you choose, plant flowers or shrubbery densely on both sides.

 

Privacy

The premises of the yard can be secured by forming a boundary with a buffer of shrubs. In order to block the view of a certain room, adding some trees and shrubs with accuracy can produce desired results.

 

Sunlight

Some plants require more sunlight to thrive than others. Consider the direction that your home faces and choose your plants accordingly. If your house faces the east or west, it will get a lot of sunlight at particular times throughout the day, however, if your home is located towards the north, then the front yard will never get ample sunlight.

 

Borders

Cement pavers or Belgian blocks can be used to form a border around the driveway, giving it a more finished and luxurious appearance.

 

Flowering Trees

Trees with flowers add magnificent appeal to the front yard, especially when it first blooms in the spring. Depending on their type, flowers offer fragrance and beauty. Since flowering trees are smaller in height, they don’t completely obstruct the view of the house.

 

Keep it simple

Refrain from crowding your front yard with numerous plants and objects. Keeping the structure of all elements simple and directed towards the focal point will make your front yard look beautiful and lavish.

 

Contact Spicer Landscaping!

Designing the front yard entails numerous decisions and elements. The lack of expertise in the area can result in tons of time and money spent without the desired results. Not to worry! Spicer Landscaping provides all of Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, and Milton with all types of landscaping services, property maintenance, and snow removals.

 

Contact the experts at Spicer Landscaping and get the front yard of your dreams at affordable prices. Visit spicerlandscaping.ca for all the services that we offer. You may also call to chat with us at 905-220-0862.