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Front yard tree landscaping

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Front yard tree landscaping. Get inspired and try out new things.
Add Curb Appeal with These Ideas!

The exterior and front landscape of a home are the first impression that a house makes. See these great ideas to add curb appeal to your exterior!

Small trees can pack a big punch into your landscape. Here are some of our editors' favorite varieties.

Small trees can still pack a big punch in your landscape. Whether you've got a modest-size yard or are just filling in larger spaces, these varieties will fit in perfectly.

Choosing A New Tree For The Front Yard • Learn how to choose a new tree for the front yard. Learn tips that will make the process easier and the exact steps we took to pick out the perfect tree! October Glory Maple Tree

The ultimate guide for choosing a new tree for the front yard. Learn what things to consider and all of the steps to take before you buy!

Best Foundation Plants for Front of House

This is a guide to best foundation plants for the front of your home. Find out which are best at resisting the cold and which are best at resisting the heat.

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Dead or diseased branch removal on conifers, broadleafed evergreens, and deciduous trees are best made using a three-step cut technique to avoid bark tearing, skinning the trunk, and opening pathways to disease. 🌿
Douglas fir--while not a true fir-- is a fast-growing, noble tree found across nearly the entire western U.S. It's a lovely conifer to add to many home landscapes and yards. The branches of Douglas fir become pendulous with age, giving the tree a perfect cone-like form, perfect for a specimen in a front yard.🌿