Front Garden Plants Ideas. Smart low box hedging and a plethora of tall purple blooms contained within the narrow border. Front garden ideas don't have to be an afterthought:
With just a few plant pots, strategically positioned lights, and a bit of good maintenance, you can transform your front garden into a beautiful and inviting space. This front garden has a relaxed, easy feel and is wholly dominated by erigeron karvinskianus. In beds that are viewed up close, the border plants should be lower than 2 feet.
If you view a garden bed from a distance, the height of edging plants can be relatively high—around 2 feet.
If your front garden is just a small strip like this, it pays to follow the maxim of doing one thing and doing it well. If you prefer, however, blooming natural screens, then you can go for the snowball bush (viburnum) or hawthorn (crataegus). Oh well, i always say hate mail is better than no mail. 4 by 44 feet (in an l shape).