Small side front yard decor is sometimes difficult to landscape due to the small space and odd shape. Air circulation is also problematic. A solution for a small side yard is to decorate tropical theme. Tropical plants will withstand the heat and add dimension and color to an otherwise boring area. The basic design for tropical landscapes is roads and places. Make roads in the middle of the white gravel area or large concrete tree stone in a bottom of white gravel. Enter the tree stone in a random pattern to mimic the look of coiling through a villa. Square off plantation areas with lying timber and hidden seating.
Groupings of similar tropical plants will make the best view. For example, a plantation area is home to different hibiscus plants. Make another plantation area for bougainvillea. Continuing along, create banana trees strategically located with stone benches under a mystery hidden among the big leaves of banana wood. Palm trees additionally, including palm fans, tall palm trees and others are doing well in a side front yard decor. Complete planting with potted plants and lanterns along roads and at the entrance to the side yard.
Using the gates adds structure to the side front yard decor. Consider a wrought iron gate or arbor at the entrance with potted hibiscus to either side of the gate. Using a log cabin, the hibiscus will grow over arbor, creating a depth aside the yard and privacy. Instead of hibiscus, use a variety of tropical plants to outline the entrance. For small side yards, it is better to use only three varieties of plants throughout the area. More than it will overwhelm a small room.