Can I just say that Washington DC is one of the most beautiful garden cities that I have ever visited….outside of the plethora of parks, arboretums and private gardens, there are amazing plant lovers caring for many public and private spaces and grow with so much pride for everyone to enjoy.
I especially enjoyed the many walks I took in some of the most historic neighborhoods including this walk that I took in Georgetown ,which is a beautifully preserve and historic neighborhood.
The homes have such beautiful Character and formal appearances, and even thought the front yards are very small, you see very individual displays of plants, pots, hardscaping and lots of spring color.
Here are some of my favorite front doorways and front yards I enjoyed while exploring Georgetown.
Everyone loves to really take care of their small front yards and adds lots of visual
punch and formality in such small spaces.
Entrances are such important statements and creating a proper and well cared entrance
is a very important part of the homes appearance in this neighborhood.
Beautiful colored doors, ornate stairways and beautiful light fixtures add the
welcome entry and gorgeous detailed work in each home.
Ornate facades are important here and every detail is well thought out.
Lots of whimsy and color can be found walking through this wonderful neighborhood.
Blues and purples draw me into this front doorway, I just love all the detailed work
and the beautiful entry lanterns to this amazing home.
This was such a wonderful walk, I really enjoyed these types of discoveries and seeing how much pride gardeners in each area puts into showing and sharing their homes and gardens in Georgetown.