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Design ideas for a traditional front yard landscaping in Vancouver for spring. —  Houzz
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dreyer wrote:May 27, 2013
faeriening wrote:Apr 17, 2014
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    Blue are pansies, grow in cool spring weather. Where I live (Deep South) we plant in fall and enjoy over the winter until late Spring.
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    That's right...they are blue pansies. We plant them in fall and enjoy them from Feb. to May. I usually take them out when I'm ready to plant summer annuals.
cjcards wrote:May 3, 2015
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    Hi. The colour of the house is Benjamin Moore HC-155 Newbury Port Blue (Flat finish). I hope this helps!

Sasha Stewart wrote:Oct 1, 2014
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    The red plant is a Japanese maple. Latin name: Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Crimson Queen '. I hope this helps!
jfulchino wrote:Apr 20, 2014
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    The shrubs are Buxus sempervirens Suffruticosa, True Dwarf English Boxwood. I hope this helps!
ecee123 wrote:Oct 14, 2013
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    The red plant is a weeping cut leaf maple tree. Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson King'. I hope this helps!
dianedixon1 wrote:Sep 15, 2013
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    The roof is wood shingles and I have attached a photo to show more roof. I hope this helps!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Creative Ideas for Small Front YardsApr 29, 2015

Flower-lined path. Emphasize the path to your door by lining it with rows of small shrubs, miniature roses and other low-growing plants. If you have room to spare on either side of the planting beds, fill it with grass or gravel.5 Gravel and Stone Types for a Rockin’ Landscape

Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Great Front Facade Touches to BorrowApr 16, 2014

Edge your walk or driveway with plants. Evergreen shrubs will add appeal and structure all year round and can serve as your base. Then you can plant bulbs in the fall, perennials and shrubs after the last frost in spring, and annuals throughout the year. Play with color, heights and textures. Get ideas for driveway landscaping

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Wendy Hernandez added this to Landscape IdeasJun 4, 2019

Blue house, white trim, and color choices of flowers and plants.

jenbrack added this to GardenFeb 21, 2019

Colour of house, garden plants & colours

kathie34 added this to idea 3 glamorousFeb 17, 2019

Like the red bush for the front yard

quincym added this to LandscapingFeb 10, 2019

LOVE these pink flowers. Would love to have them clustered in the yard somewhere.

amm42 added this to Front YardFeb 4, 2019

Line path with small shrubs; fake grass central piece?

keleenmiller added this to yardDec 31, 2018

Evergreen shrubs, plant bulbs in fall/winter; annuals, perennials

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