Rock gardens are the ideal way to resolve backyard height differences while keeping things pretty. Nestle succulents among larger rocks and then top up with pebbles. Flowers with tiny heads look spectacular, particularly when you create patches of them in different colors. If you’re trying to disguise the rocks, you can allow thick mosses and taller bushes to grow over them. Check out this gallery for ideas on how to plan it out and keep it orderly or create a more unstructured look to suit your aesthetic.
It’s time to get spooky! Take a look at these Halloween inspired front yard ideas and you’ll see the key to creating a truly horrifying effect is all in the details. From dog skeletons to houses shrouded in spider webs and intricately-carved jack-o-lanterns atop menacing, skeletal bodies. This is a sure-fire way to keep intruders away! Inspiration awaits you in this scary gallery.
If traditional flower beds aren’t for you, get on trend by decorating with succulents. The sheer variety of succulents makes it easy to create an eye-catching feature that varies in height, color, shape and texture. Keep it soft with pale pinks and hues of muted green or channel desert vibes with scorching oranges, deep burgundies and deep greens. Click through for our favorite ideas.