Susanna Noppe
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The towering arch creates a tunnel, offering the illusion that the yard is much larger than it actually is: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/front-yard-flower-power/?socsrc=bhgpin021714frameaview&page=14

Add curb appeal, brighten your entryway, and make your home more inviting with a beautiful front yard flower garden. Check out this collection of front yard flower garden ideas.

narrow side yard; shady

Lovely Gate and Fence using Lattice work. While the fence's woodwork signals a secluded landscape, the lattice's open weave filters both sunlight and views✨

Clematis over garden gate because "The entrance to your garden is often one of the first things visitors will see."  Hometalk :: Ideas for that Narrow Space in Between Suburban Homes

Large-leafed hostas sit at the feet of an arched-top arbor that frames the gate. Lovely purple clematis climbs over the arch. A very pretty sight and apparently entrance to the rest of the garden or the backyard.

Secret Garden

Beautiful iron gate with arch. great idea to show how awesome curb side appeal. arch of roses, iron gate, fab flagstone path to front door, etc.

wedding table decorations

Flowers for church for altar bench- instead of the gladiolas, branches with leaves and magnolia leaves at the base instead of the other leaves- what do you think?