Many factors can influence a buyer looking for their new home: location, size, needed renovations, and so on. But there’s no denying that an attractive outside can be just the thing to persuade buyers to take a second look. You can use a beautiful garden in the landscaping of your property in order to increase its curb appeal, and here’s how.
First of all, consider how much maintenance and time you are going to be able to devote to your garden. Some plants, such as lilies and roses, require special treatment and so it can be time-consuming to care for them. If you have the minutes to spare, great! But if not, consider some low-maintenance plant options that will stay looking beautiful without too much effort. Low-maintenance plants include geraniums and hosta.
Next, consider the kind of climate your property is located in. Not all flowers and shrubs are suited for all climate types; some require consistent rain, while others thrive in sunny environments. Be sure you’re planting the right ones for your area when designing your garden space.
Flowers of all shapes and sizes can help beautify your property, but if you’re looking to attract potential buyers, think color. Brightly colored flowers in different shades of red and yellow are likely to draw attention more so than green bushes or vines would. Make a statement using a rainbow of blooms that will draw people to your front door.
A garden guarantees you curb appeal will skyrocket; consider getting your green thumb in action today!
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Founded in 1995, Colony Title Group handles in excess of 2000 real estate closings per year in the central Maryland area. The founder Tee Tillman has over 23 years of experience in the title and real estate law fields. Colony handles closings for several lenders, including banks, credit unions and mortgage brokers. Colony is the preferred choice for many real estate brokers in the area.