Front Yards11 Jan, 2001 Can’t wait until the next season to see how the new planting will grow!For small front yards, especially if a garden is limited with sun and watering, but still it located on favorite deer’s route we can help to choose the plants that the wild animals will avoid.Lovely private garden installed in 2013. Next summer it must bloom with climbing red roses, purple clematises and yellow daylilies. New neighbourhood Auburn Bay. We designed the site from a sketch. Constructing the wood screen to separate the private area and by installing 10” retaining wall for outside garden we still kept client’s request for low maintenance perennial garden. Most of front yard we decided to cover with curled lines and modern shapes of the artificial grass and colourful Lava rocks.Using standard stackstones we raised the level for floral bed that adds the value of house.The best popularity in Calgary Juniper “Calgary Carpet” gains because of soft bright green foliage with low, dense spreading growth habit. Zone 3, good for sun, part –shade sites.Low maintenance front yard with evergreen “ Calgary Carpet”, Persian Lilac, Russian Sage, and Potentilla.Low maintenance garden with different types of evergreen. In our case is Juniper “Blue Star”, Spruce “ Bird’s Nest”, upright Juniper “Monglow” and “Calgary carpet” Juniper.The weeping forms for small trees are very common now. Drought tolerant weeping Caragana is great focal accent to the front yards and perfectly works with under planting.How are beautiful the Apple Tree and Nanking Cherry during bloom! To prepare for the best spring display we recommend shaping them in fall.This front yard island had been installed in 2010. Every season since we keep an eye on it by fertilizing plants, pruning evergreens and adding more perennials.