10 Omaha Area Homes That Are Perfect for Spring | Backyards, Gardens + More

March 28, 2017Add a CommentPosted By

Home decor in 2017 is all about bringing life into the home. Just take a look at Pantone’s Color of the Year! Now that spring is officially upon us, we can work on revamping our outdoor spaces while preparing for warmer months ahead.

We think the best way to welcome it’s arrival is with lush greenery, brightly colored flowers, birdbaths, gazebos and forested paths! Preview the best gardens and outdoor spaces in the Omaha area, and gather inspiration for sprucing up your home this spring.


Spring in Every Season

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

This Omaha home is spring-ready year round. The bright yellow exterior complements the lush ivy and mature landscaping in the front of the home, and a courtyard garden invites you to create your own floral paradise! With nearly an acre of land, you can get immersed in nature wherever you are on the property.


Forest Chic

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

This gorgeous home is nestled in three acres of Council Bluffs greenery. Surrounded by trees, ferns and bushes, you can relax in the meticulously landscaped front lawn, or venture to the backyard with it’s own gazebo and forested path.


A Fairy Garden for a Charming Home  

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

The lush garden in the front yard of this Omaha home creates an adorable cabin feel from the curb. In the back of the home, explore the rose garden and the stocked pond, or relax under the picturesque trellis.


Tea Roses Pair Best with Sunsets  

Lincoln Homes with Amazing Gardens

From the backyard of this Lincoln home, you can watch birds play in the birdbath, appreciate your four landscaped gardens, and take in views of the Nebraska prairie — all from the comfort of your patio. As the spring weather settles in, tend to the roses in the covered tea rose garden!


A Pop of Yellow  

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

As you walk to the front door of this luxurious Elkhorn home, you’ll wind through a quaint garden until you’re welcomed by a group of blooming yellow daffodils. We love the way they add a pop of color to the mature landscaping! 


Pink Rose Elegance  

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

The brightly colored flowers are a welcomed sight as you approach this elegant home. Stop and smell the roses before you head inside to explore the luxe interior. In the evening, head to the back deck to watch the sun set over 24 private acres!


Ivy League Charm   

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

Pantone’s Color of the Year may be Greenery, but this home has been embracing actual greenery for years. The mature shrubs and flowers give the front garden a forested feel and complement the unique, neutral brick perfectly. 


Birds Welcome

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

A lush front garden surrounds the entrance to this charming home and creates a sense of elegant privacy. The wood chip base provides a cleaner look and reduces watering needs, while the trees, flowers, bushes and birdbath create an atmosphere perfect for spring!


Bright, Light + Fun  

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

If you prefer to welcome spring with bold color and bright flowers, this home’s front yard garden is ideal! We love the deep reds and purples mixed in with the subtle greens and yellows.


Lush Green + A Pool

Omaha Homes with Amazing Gardens

From this home’s elevated back deck or the in-ground pool, you’ll be immersed in lush forest and surrounded by ivy, fern and other garden favorites. In the spring, plant bright flowers and turn the backyard into a floral paradise!


Happy spring!

Let us know which garden you want to lounge in this season!

NP Dodge

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