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Great front yard landscaping ideas can transform your home's curb appeal. Your front yard design can greatly impact the way your home looks from the outside. Click on for our best tips and inspiration for front yards such as small front yard landscaping ideas, front yard gardens and more.
Take a chill in this peaceful, Asian-inspired garden.
See five secrets to a gorgeous front yard landscape, as well as inspiration for your front yard landscaping project.
Shrubs and trees combine for a striking, expansive back or front yard landscaping.
Vibrant colors belie the ease of care behind the plants in this front yard landscaping.
Carved out in a corner, this landscaping idea for a front yard garden showcases fuss-free plants and trees.
A congenial grouping of perennials and annuals dresses up a narrow flowerbed in this landscape idea for a front yard.
A front yard landscaping nook relies on a soothing and low-key setup.
A front yard landscaping full of grass may seem like less effort than adding ornamental plantings, but this pretty yard proves otherwise.
This landscape idea for a front yard relies on no-fuss design and pretty plant accents.