Plant a Pop of Color in the Yard

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Wallpaper and paint your yard with color. This is the first thing a potential buyer will see getting out of their car. Use different colors and textures to create a yard that will be colorful all season.

home staging tip-week1Purple Irises
home staging tip-week1Various Perennials

My yard has turned out to be a purple, pink, and yellow color scheme of different flowers. Ranging from irises to perennials of all sorts. Annuals are great too, I keep them in pots throughout the yard to add color. That way they can be replaced after their bloom in the season or changed easily from year-to-year.

home staging tip-week1Annuals in pots

home staging tip-week1Chicks and Hens

A plant favorite in my yard is succulents. They are so hardy and grow the fastest. I have a soft spot for chicks and hens because my grandmother had them in her rose garden. Succulents can be divided and replanting, making this hardy plant go far in your yard.

For more gardening assistance, visit your local garden center for tips and advice on color and location to plant. It is important to know the direction of the sun at different times of day and how much sun a certain area will get. Flats of annuals are a relatively simple and affordable solution. Looking for a bigger landscaping investment? Visit your local garden center to develop a plan and get suggestions from an expert.

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