Our front yard is a mix of small and medium-sized perennials. Since the erica got demolished last winter, not much is blooming in December. Two things out front look great though. The first is the tiny trough between the front door and the railing. The mum's still in bloom, and the chamaecyparis obtusa 'Verdoni' always looks classy. Blue spruce sedum spills at their feet. If the squirrels didn't find the species tulip bulbs, the trough may have some spring interest too.
The second thing that looks great right now is miscanthus sinensis 'Gracimillus' going to seed. I love how feathery and almost blurry it looks at this late stage. It borders my neighbors' driveway and tends to drop over the driveway a bit. I hope it's not driving them nuts. I imagine them both going to work with grass seed stuck to their shoulders.