8 Front Door Plants for a Showstopping Entrance

Dwarf Gardenias

Dwarf gardenias do best outside in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 7 through 10. They are small and perfect for tight areas. It looks great in a low pot or as a border on either side of your front door.

Plants by Mail Emerald Green Arborvitae

Arborvitae are popular landscape plants because they look classy and give you space when placed in a row. Still, they look great in pots too.

Climbing Star Jasmine

Choose a growing plant or bush that can grow quickly to fill in the empty space around your front door if there is a lot of it. Star jasmine doesn't just look cute and cottage-like

Potted Star Jasmine

Structured and simple, a potted jasmine plant is great for those who worry about climbing vines and flowers taking over their front porch. This variety does need occasional pruning.

Hawaiian Dwarf Umbrella Trees

If you have a porch or staircase that is bigger, this umbrella tree will have plenty of room to spread out. Rooted says to water it only a few times a month.

Napa Home & Garden Thyme Topiaries

This pretty shrub makes a statement without taking up too much room, which is great for people who like to keep things simple. Not only do the thyme leaves smell like herbs.

Faux Mini Japanese Maple Trees

Whether you don't have a green thumb or just want a front door plant that doesn't need much care, choose realistic fake plants to make your door look better.

Lemon Lime Dracaena Trees

The name of this dracaena comes from its bright leaves that look like citrus fruits. It's great for adding a tropical touch to your home decor, but it doesn't need to be in a tropical climate.