Would flowers or decorations be better?


Front entry to home , want something pretty

q need help with this what would be better flowers or decorations
  8 answers
  • Sue Sue on May 20, 2019

    Always flowers 🌺

  • Suzette Suzette on May 20, 2019

    Hi Audrey, Flowers are always welcoming and give a pop of color for you to enjoy! You may even want to consider a dwarf flowering tree. You could mix in some decoration too!

    Have fun!

  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on May 20, 2019

    Visit your local nursery to get more information for your area and project. Great free ideas, plus stuff is on sale,now.

  • Dee Dee on May 20, 2019

    Put some low growing bushes in the background and then plant some pernerials in front of the bushes. Define your flower beds with some pretty pavers. You can plant some annuals in front of the pernerials. Knock out roses are pretty.

  • Robyn Garner Robyn Garner on May 20, 2019

    As I love gardening and flowers, I'd do a flower bed. I'd enlarge it, clean it all out and decide what type of edging you want along the front. As said above, find out your growing zone and what does bed in the area as well as how much sun this bed gets. Pick brains at the nursery!

    Yes, everything is on sale right now so get out there! Things like soil and mulch 5 bags for $10 - great deals. 😎🌸🌷🌼🌼

  • Oliva Oliva on May 20, 2019

    Keeping hardbark mulch away from your house's foundation will keep bugs away.

    If you really want flowers, intersperse some purple sage and French marigolds, which also repel bugs.

    Autumn Joy sedum will give you greenery, Fall color, and texture, as well. You can plant summer annuals between the sedums.

  • Shirley Shirley on May 20, 2019

    Tall, medium, and short perennials, back to front. You can choose your colors. Match or mix. Use sedums for ground cover instead of mulch. There are several hardy sedums that don't get tall and need no maintenance. They bloom, too! Look for perennials with colorful foliage as well as flowers. I have a penstemon (don't know varietal name, sorry) that has purplish foliage and pink flowers. Love it! It is a tall plant.

  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on May 20, 2019

    I would clean out the garden, make it a little wider and put in some evergreen and flowering shrubs that grow well in your area. Plant perennials around them. Make a nice edge with garden blocks to define it. Plant grass or sod in front of the garden.