Drake Design Associates
We’re in the short rows here on the renovation of the Beaufort house and frantically prepping for a July 5 party. (Yikes!)
Paul Davis Design
The rain isn’t helping the outside painting much, but you know the old saying… Some days, though, don’t you wish you could control the weather for a couple of hours?
Alexa Hampton’s Hampton’s House via Architectural Digest
At any rate, we hope to have a few things planted in the yard to increase the curb appeal. 
Highstreet Market
As of this moment, the only thing we’ve purchased is the weeping rosemary that will hang out from underneath the brand-new fence and trail down front of the raised concrete that encloses the yard.

Home Bunch

It’s simple, fragrant and keeps the mosquitoes away! 

Loi Thai – Tone on Tone Antiques Garden

My sweet grandmother (Mom’s mom) bought us the most gorgeous urns to go on the front porch, and we can’t wait to plant them!

Atlanta Homes Magazine

We haven’t totally decided what to plant yet, and are between just simple flowers and a tiny shrub with a flower border like this.
Annie Brahler – Eurotrash Designer’s Home
It’s amazing how a single plant can add so much height! And we love this contrast with the stark white front, which is basically what we’ll be working with.
Pamela Pierce Design via Veranda
Overall, we like the idea of having a the yard look clean, fresh and uncluttered like this.
classy in the city
Plus, neither of us has much of a green thumb, so it’s probably best not to have too many complicated things to keep alive!
Elizabeth Kimberly Design
We love the symmetry of a pair of planted urns and the finished touch they add to any front porch. What plants do you keep on your front porch?

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