Added by on 2020-06-21

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] Don’t overlook your front yard as livable space! Hidden Potential host Jasmine Roth shares her favorite ways to make your front yard as inviting as your home’s interior. Visit HGTV.com for more from Hidden Potential! In this series, Jasmine transforms builder-basic houses into custom dream homes by giving them features that stand out from the crowd: https://www.hgtv.com/shows/hidden-potential?soc=youtube Find more great content from HGTV: Stream full episodes and more: http://watch.hgtv.com/ Get ideas and inspiration: https://www.hgtv.com/ Subscribe to HGTV on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=hgtv Follow HGTV on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hgtv Like HGTV on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HGTV Video Rating: / 5

9 Comments

  • Afia Ama 2 weeks ago

    Winner of a video, I have been researching "landscaping of garden" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about – Giyily Landscaping Yatty – (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my m8 got great results with it.

  • nicole trivino 2 weeks ago

    I loved this thanks for the advice!

  • تصميم وتنسيق الحدائق 2 weeks ago

    Please know I see you for this design, thank you
    Engineer / Mohamed Muharram
    https://youtu.be/EhpzIeMecUY

  • Charles Bale 2 weeks ago

    Very useful hints and suggestions

  • Norma De Leon 2 weeks ago

    What are the post frames called that were were used to put the 4 x 4's together i the front yard patio/porch – the black frames?

  • Gretchen Tyler 2 weeks ago

    I like all of the ladies on Rock the Block. Jasmine is my favorite. She's cool and low key.

  • TaylorAnn Lawless 2 weeks ago

    Nope to furniture. People steal it and other landscaping items

  • B uppy 2 weeks ago

    Would still have the front seating areas partially enclosed so you don't feel "too exposed"…

  • Kenz300 x 2 weeks ago

    Don't forget about using plants that provide food and shelter for butterflies and bees.
    The environment and all its creatures need our help and protection.
    Take the time to plant a tree, bush or flowers with a child. It will connect them to nature for life time.
    Planting a vegetable garden can teach kids about where their food comes from.
    We can all do something to protect the planet for future generations.

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