Your home’s look is greatly influenced by your front garden design. A very good front garden design can change your home’s appearance. People from the outside usually pay attention to the garden first. The front garden can also tell certain qualities of the homeowners. The importance of your Front Garden Design for a Fresh and Beautiful Garden should not be ignored.
The lack of plants or flowers can make your front yard appear arid and uninteresting. If you want a calm and shady front garden but don’t have much place for a big tree, there are still many other ways to achieve it. The first thing that you should put in mind is making a fish fond. Water gives a peaceful and chill feeling, thus having a fish pool is nice for your garden. You can start off by choosing the position of the pond. The front of the porch is a nice location for that but you need to consider not to making it too big as it will “block” most of the access between the yard and the porch. Alternatively, you can still design a moderately bigger fishpond. If you do, however, you might also construct a small bridge above it which later is used to connect the veranda to the yard. You can decorate the fishpond by adding some plants, for instance water lilies and other aquatic plants to give a livelier mood.
The next thing to do to improve the peaceful quality in your front garden design is to plant grass which covers the yard. A path can be built in between the grass. You may add pots of plants alongside the path or you can just put pebbles. Small palm trees can also be added to your garden as replacements of a big tree but keep in mind to not plant too many. To complete your garden, some colorful flowers besides the fish pool is also such an attractive addition. This small addition not only enhances the fresh feeling but also the aesthetic point to your garden.