WHAT CAN I DO TO GIVE MY FOUNDATION BED MORE CURB APPEAL?

I HAVE A FOUNDATION BED THAT IS ABOUT 20 FOOT FACING EAST.THE NORTH END OF THE BED,PLANTED NEXT TO EACH OTHER, HAS 2 DENSIFORMIS YEWS THEY ARE EACH 3FT X 3FT ,LEAVING APPROXIMATELY 10FT TO THE SOUTH CORNER OF MY HOUSE.MY FRONT DOOR IS CLOSEST TO THE YEWS AND MY WINDOWS ARE SMALL AND ABOUT 5 FT ABOVE THE GROUND.A LARGE ELM TREE IS 15 FOOT DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THIS BED .THE FRONT OF THE HOUSE LOOKS OFF BALANCED AND BARE.DO I NEED ANOTHER YEW ? ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
Submitted by trstrotherq

To make an effective assessment of a landscape, a site visit is usually required, which, of course, we can't do. However, it does sound like your home landscape would benefit from a larger plant or several medium sized ones to counterbalance the yews on one end of the bed. You might consider speaking with a local landscape professional for suggestions. You also can search the Landscaping section of our web site for ideas.

Answered by DSchrock

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