Creating a woodland front yard and flower-filled backyard
1 of 6Damien Scogin
In the front yard, flagstone paths connect two seating areas to the driveway and the house entry, while a grove of birch trees and a stacked stone wall ― Colorado moss cobbles and boulders ― add privacy.
2 of 6Steven Gunther
An Indonesian daybed, selected by designer Mary Patvaldnieks, adds an international flavor to Sally Robinson's woodland retreat, while blue star creeper fills spaces between flagstone pavers.
3 of 6Steven Gunther
Down the Garden Path
A path leads to an arbor swing and dining table.
4 of 6Steven Gunther
A brilliant bicolored canna forms a focal point.
5 of 6Steven Gunther
Bridging the Creekbed
A bridge over a dry creekbed enhances the garden's meadow mood.
6 of 6Steven Gunther
Front Yard Serenity
A serpentine dry-stacked stone wall gives this city front yard a pastoral feel. A mostly green plant palette of grasses and groundcovers keeps the scene peaceful.
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