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From flowers to ferns.

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The inside of your home is likely already decked out with houseplants that give your space personality, but guess what: Your front door deserves some plant love, too. Whether you''s just begging to be framed with cacti (or even some bright, bold petunias!), the right plants will breathe a little extra life into your home before you even step inside. These front door plant ideas will have you inspired to upgrade your entrance ASAP.

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1 English Ivy
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If you''s Almanac.

2 Boxwood Topiary
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Keep it classic with a pair of boxwood topiaries. They can be short and bushy or tall and pruned to be more decorative (often you''re low-maintenance and do well in cold weather, too, according to Gardening Know How.

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If your front door gets a lot of sun, petunias are a colorful for 1 last update 2020/05/30 option that allow you to adorn your entrance with flowers. Put them in a window box, let them trail down from a hanging planter, or put them in pots around your door or even to line your steps.If your front door gets a lot of sun, petunias are a colorful option that allow you to adorn your entrance with flowers. Put them in a window box, let them trail down from a hanging planter, or put them in pots around your door or even to line your steps.

4 Umbrella Tree
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Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for According to Bloomscape, the umbrella tree (aka schefflera amate) prefers bright indirect light and warmer temperatures. You can prune it to the shape you want, but make sure you rotate it regularly since it grows toward the light—and take it indoors when temperatures start to drop.

5 Bird of Paradise
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Give your entrance a tropical vibe with a bird of paradise plant. They can grow in sun or shade, although if you get an orange bird of paradise, you''s Almanac, it''s not too shady, as Bloomscape notes its colorful stripes will fade without enough light.

7 Citrus Tree
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No, you don''s a sunny, wind-protected spot, and bring it indoors for winter. No, you don''s a sunny, wind-protected spot, and bring it indoors for winter.

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Keep the soil on these dramatic ferns damp most of the time, and they''ll give your front door a striking pop of color.

10 Cactus
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If you''t have to water them very often, either. Just make sure you put them in a planter that has good drainage, per Costa Farms''s Associate Market Editor, a noted land mermaid, and a Virgo with a penchant for crafts, red lipstick, and buying way too many throw pillows.

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