Decorate your home's outside front entrance with flowers and plants. Get ideas with these 59 front door flower and plant ideas.
Welcome! Below are the best and most interesting examples of front door and plant ideas you can easily copy to enhance your own front entry.
To gain a good first impression, start it right at your front door. That is because a pleasing and welcoming entryway reflects your identity as a homeowner.
Remember that guests usually do not make their way through your back yard; they always knock and set foot in your front door!
Hence, as a particular and detail oriented homeowner, you can go ahead and have some decorative add-ons to make your porch much more eye catching and inviting.
Nowadays, there are series of ornaments you can place at your front door. For some reason, decorations of flowers and plants can provide a makeover, adding shades of colors on faded walls, covering shattered balustrades, or just simply touching up a low-spirited looking façade into a lively and inviting entry.
Examples of ornamental plants you can use are climbers or vine plants, like honeysuckle and growing Ivy, since these will grow twining on your balusters and walls.
You can also perk it up with flowering plants like petunias and pansies that bloom in a bush. Pair these with pots and hanging planters for a healthier vegetation and more alluring look.
With all these tips, you can now start impressing guests and passers by and let them stare with amazement.
Twining Ivy on symmetrical posts and railings accented with a hanging planter planted with pink, orange and red petunias. In addition, potted landscape grass also steals the spotlight.
Flowering vines and colorful blossoms in a pair of decorative pots for a symmetrical looking front door.
A pair of spiral topiary and hanging planters with pink pansies provide the porch’s decoration while bushes of blooming pansies are flanking on the sandy ground.
The white floral wreath is the star of this decor while topiary balls highlighted with white flower blossoms in black symmetrical pots stand guard side by side.
A simple pair of potted tall leafy ornaments trimmed in rounds are bidding for appreciation.
Decorative pots planted with flowers are accented by greenery and ornamental grasses like Bluestem and fountain grass.
Ivy vines creeping up the white wall, while an over sized pot is planted with ferns and flowers.
A pair of garden pots with ornamental grasses, strings of pearls and flowers on them, are resting at the front door feeling like they are the attractive ones. There is also a tree and an ornamental banana plant on both sides.
Potted honeysuckle along with blossoming daisies, chamomile and marigolds accent this front door.
Potted cone shaped pine trees standing symmetrically for a simple yet brilliant looking front door.
Rugged and cool greenery in boxes accented with a few yellow and white blossoms.
Pine shrubs, small trees, and potted daisies flank the edges of this front entry.
These flowers look even more attractive in pretty pots on a white background.
Assorted plants look even more decorative when planted all in one pot. These pots arranged in different sizes look organized and welcoming.
Pansies in blue pots placed on the front door’s corners while waiting downstairs are greenery and potted blossoms as well.
Purple iris reaching out from a white wood fence, trying to steal a peek through the gaps.
Orange petunias in a pair of brass colored pots, standing proud and welcoming on the rubble stone posts.
Enclosed within the white wooden fences are maple tree, greenery and flowering shrubs, playing like they will be on the loose and running through the brick pathway.
Cone shaped pine shrubs in pots standing in front of a hedge.
Purple petunia in planter boxes. The pair look great with a grass wreath as a center piece.
Bunches of Mophead hydrangea sneaking out from the bushes look cute and inviting.
Symmetrical white pots planted with ornamental grass looks neat and simple.
Flanking the entryway are honeysuckles, petunias, red sensation cordylines and other greenery which seem to give a warm welcome.
A simple view of topiary shaped in spirals along with the other ornamental plants hanging in window boxes look even more pleasing and welcoming.
These appear like untrimmed topiary. The leaves are starting to grow again yet they cool and hippy.
A simple and peaceful looking front door ornamented with pots of ferns and a single vine.
Green shrubs in gothic pots inspire this front door.
Vine plants with blossoms and stems in gothic inspired pots usher in the way.
Geraniums planted in flower boxes are laid to rest at the entry while some are clinging on the window boxes.
A white floral wreath hangs on the door while two green pots are in charge of the ornamental plants. There are also Ivy vines climbing on the walls while the rest of the greenery and mophead hydrangeas rest contented on a carpeting turf grass.
Imagine making your way up the steps while potted white flowers are standing and waiting on the upper level.
A wreath of mophead hydrangeas gives light to the front door while a pair of silver pots with flowering vines give amicable support to the decoration.
Twining bougainvillea with string vines and petunia blossoms planted in gothic pots highlight the entryway.
Topiary balls in a row with symmetrical potted hyacinths charms this pleasing view.
Posts of pine tree are free standing against the houses’s white pillars. You can also see a spiral topiary planted in a blue pot.
Round topiary, geraniums, ornamental grass, and floral wreaths are present in this awe-inspiring view.
This colorful floral wreath is no doubt the star of this entry. This outshines most of the greenery with its obvious stunning colors.
Clinging up the beam looks like a grapevine and below are potted greenery symmetrically placed on the door’s corners.
Simple potted plants placed at the front door and well-trimmed green walls on the pathway.
Bromeliads and ornamental grasses like red sensation cordyline make up the beauty of this simple white pebbled designed front door.
These white Rosebay shrubs with its white blossoms steal the moment at the door step.
A Red Dragon Japanese maple and the pink bougainvillea are the obvious stars in this view and runners up are the trimmed greenery and shrubs.
These door steps are flanked with green bushes and stunning blossoms of tulips and daffodils.
Pots and hanging planters with mayana and other ornamental plants rest on the doorsteps.
Potted greenery standing side by side with peeking pine tree shrubs behind them.
Ornamental grass in grey pots distributed on the entryway’s corners.
A hanging white petunia in a basket along with potted ones are highlighted with red puffy blossoms covering the front door with brilliance.
Located right on the porch’s side corners are wheeled ceramic pots that home a variety of ornamental plants like daisies, miniature evergreens, geraniums and vine plants.
Standing on the doorsteps’ sides are topiary posts while standing against the doors are black ceramic pots planted with greenery.
Potted plants are present at the front door and this view has three or four of them where you can see pairs of silver and black ceramic pots planted with greenery.
Tall spiral topiary with a few blossoms planted at the bottom.
A few rose vines and red petunias look stunning against the brick wall.
Potted evergreen, a few blossoms of purple hyacinths, calming shades of green grasses and shrubs provide a cool and natural ambiance to this view.
These vines have almost covered the brick wall of the house. It seems like they are the most clingy, welcoming buddy yet are so adorable.
These plants ornament the plain and simple looking front door with their colorful blossoms.
The bright yellow color of the golden rosary shrubs look even more stunning in bright sunlight. Moreover, the potted pink pansies and trimmed shrubs make the view more pleasant.
The green, purple, orange and yellow non-flowering shrubs can be as decorative as flowering plants.
Even a dim light cannot conceal the beauty of nature. Here you can find ferns, grasses and trees that usher tranquility towards the front door.