Landscaping Ideas For Front Yard

Uploaded by Ideas4landscaping12 on 19.12.2012

Hi, let's me share with you some landscaping idea for your front yard.
Tree lattice, this is a variation on a design called the Belgium doublet. Plant young trees
a foot or two apart, but angle the trees toward each other. Weave the trees over and under,
tie them where they cross, shave a little bark off and they will grow together.
Loose the lawn, grow some food. Today more and more home owners look at their lawn and
realize that it's time for a change! Originally the lawn was a symbol enjoyed by nobility
who wanted people to know they were wealthy enough that they could just grow grass instead
of vegetables in their yards. Vegetables are back, rip out the lawn and put some organic
fresh food on your table. Same amount of water, no mowing. Make your statement.
Arborsculpture is the art of shaping live tree trunks. With its roots in medieval alchemy,
this art form is spreading across landscapes worldwide. Young trees are simply bent and
pruned into desired shapes. Chairs, gazebos, bridges, boats, or even a drive through archway
where two tree grow into one tree across your drive. There is no limit to the range of shapes
one can grow from living trees. The magic of this art is in the fact that trees will
grow together when grafted as in the lattice example. Also when a tree is held in place
for a few years the new shape is cast permanently. Unusual tree shapes that catch the eye can
easily be grown.
Rocks, no water, no weeding, just put them down and they stay there for a million years.
Rock work comes in all sizes and shapes. One creative way to use rock is to take a truck
with lots of buckets to a landscape supply and fill them with different colored stones.
Arrange the stones into a mandala, or try to copy the Zen rock garden idea. For low
maintenance yards, stone is hard to beat.
Fruit, less work than vegetables but still contributing to food budget, fruit trees can
be used for arborsculpture, lattice work or simply to provide fruit for the table. Apples
and pears are some of the easiest to grow. You may like to try some of the multi variety
apple trees, where as many as 6 different apples will grow on one tree. If you have
a tree like this you will learn what kind you like best and what kind of apples will
grow the best in your climate.
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