Following the curved sidewalk marigolds, honeysuckle, clematis and a butterfly stepping stone invite you to June’s Yard of the Month, which belongs to Nancy Scholl at 305 Hampton Court Highland.
Unusual euonymour plants on each side of the step to this home has been trimmed to hug the concrete steps leading up to the front porch.
Around the side of the home are many more blooming plants, such as clematis, knockout roses, a lantern and other adornments that add interest to the landscaping.
Yard of the Month Judging criteria
Visual attractiveness: The yard being judged must be visible from a public street, alley, path or sidewalk and must display general curb appeal.
Creativity: Personal touches such as yard art, bird baths and feeders, etc., are encouraged.
Originality: Unique while maintaining cohesiveness with the neighborhood.
Beautification: Yard must improve the look of the home and overall neighborhood.
Overall maintenance: Yard must well-maintained grass, trimmed hedges, flowerbeds, etc.