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5 Landscaping Plants to Make Your Front Yard Pop

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  • Plants are a wonderful addition to any yard, and there are certain vibrantly colorful plants that are guaranteed to make your yard look outstanding.

    Choosing the right shrubs and trees to enhance your outdoor style ensures that you'll enjoy your yard's splendid magnificence for years to come.

    Delightful and lovely, the following five uniquely beautiful plants will make your front yard pop gloriously.

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Hydrangea Shrub

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  • Hydrangeas have vividly colorful blossoms that grow in clusters and come in a variety of vibrant shades. These hardy perennial plants accentuate the natural elements that surround them and have a luscious quality that enhances andadds an aesthetic richness to your yard.
  • If you wish to change your color scheme in the future, most hydrangeas can be changed from one color to another over time and require little maintenance.
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Weeping Cherry Tree

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  • Weeping cherry trees add elegance and timeless beauty with boughs that sweep towards the ground, inspiring a whimsical and nostalgic atmosphere. When in bloom their beautiful blossoms burst with pale pink color, highlighting its delicate yet stunning curb appeal.
  • Watch out for signs of diseases like Massaria. Tree diseases can cut the life of a tree short, so you’ll want to make sure you know what the beginnings of a tree disease look like to prevent further damage.
  • COMMENT Planting a weeping cherry tree brings classic and lasting charm to your unique landscape, allowing you to enjoy its exquisite and graceful beauty for decades?

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Encore Azalea Shrub

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Heavenly Bamboo

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  • Producing red berries in the fall and winter months, Heavenly bamboo’s allure lasts year-round, as its red and green leaves capture the beauty of every season.
  • It grows about five to seven feet high and about three to five feet wide. This tall and full plant offers extensive coverage for areas that need an extra bit of color. Requiring minimal maintenance, heavenly bamboo is excellent for accenting garden corners and fences, and it grows wonderfully as a potted plant.
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Clematis

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  • The clematis is a beautiful climbing vine that produces white, purple, or pink flowers. It’s the perfect addition to a trellis on the front of your house. Not only is the clematis beautiful, but it can also make your yard look nice more quickly than some other plants.
  • In fact, it can grow up to thirty feet in just a few months! It does well in lots of different soil conditions, so it’s a plant that can be good for yards in a variety of areas. It looks most beautiful in the summer or fall months when its beautiful flowers make their appearance. This beautiful vine can add just the right pop of color to any home’s front yard.
  • COMMENT Plants and trees are the cornerstones for building a fantastically landscaped yard. Accentuating your front yard with these incredibly vibrant, unique, and low-maintenance plants boosts the value and appeal of your entire home, adding richness and beauty to every nook and cranny of your dazzling yard.

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