Jun 13 2019 19494 1

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Match  Landscaping to Your Home Style


First Impressions are so important when trying to sell your home. It starts with the outside.
The best way to get an excellent return on investment with landscaping is to make sure it fits with your home.
For instance, if you have a more modern home, create a more modern landscape by relying on plenty of greenery and natural looking beds that fit the contour of your property.
Design With a Strategy in Mind.
You'll need a good strategy. That means you shouldn't clutter the entire yard with various high - maintenance plantings, but you also shouldn't have plain grass with no landscaping.
By the same token, you should encourage diversity among your plantings without taking it too far. The ideal landscape has a good mix of shrubs and perennials, but it doesn't have to be one of every kind. Instead, it has a uniform look with just enough diversity to make it interesting, but not so little it becomes boring.
Plant Trees
A few simple trees can make an enormous difference to the sale of your home. Trees remove carbon dioxide and pollution from the air, so people view them as an eco-friendly option. The shade helps keep homes cooler and more pleasant. Trees are also stress relievers - people enjoy relaxing in their shade under a tree.
Edge Your Lawn
Few things look nicer than a healthy, vibrant, carefully maintained lawn- except for a lawn that is all of those things and neatly edged. The confines look of an edged lawn gives it an easy to maintain look.. In other words, no weeds whipping or weeding required.
Edging along driveways, sidewalks and garden beds also show prospective buyers how meticulous you have been concerning the property's upkeep. They'll know that if you're willing to keep the edges of your yard looking nice, the rest of the property is likely in pristine condition, too.

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