Front entrance landscape designTraditional Landscape, Boston

The year-round front garden was designed to be welcoming and reflect the informal nature of the residents and to soften the lines of the raised foundation planter. Photo by Ralph Mercer (ralphmercer.com)

This is an example of a large traditional drought-tolerant and partial sun front yard stone landscaping in Boston. —  Houzz
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Christine Haynes wrote:Jul 31, 2013
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    Bulk New England stone. Not palletized.

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    The Granite is stunning; looks lovely with the Full Range Blue Stone cap and flooring.

shannajensen wrote:Jun 18, 2013
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    Terrascapes Landscape Design
    Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hamelin' It stays pretty small. 'Little Bunny' is even smaller.

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Laura Gaskill added this to Spring Checklist: Freshen Up Your Home's Curb AppealMar 16, 2015

11. Consider an alternate approach to the front door. If your home’s walkway is a straight line from the sidewalk to the front door, you may be missing out on a (relatively) easy curb appeal enhancement: the curving path. Even a slight curve in a front walk helps move the eye through the landscape, making the front yard seem more spacious and thoughtful.

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sgs0121 added this to LandscapingMay 24, 2019

Lime green grassy plant and plant front left

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