Spring is upon us and with warmer temperatures comes the desire to enhance the exterior of your property. Creating a 'WOW' factor is not hard to accomplish if you know what to do and is a fun, creative endeavor to partake in whether you are selling the property or just looking to spruce up the exterior.
For those on a strict budget, you need not worry. Some of the easiest things to do are also the most effective. A consistent mowing schedule (1x/week or 1x/every other week is plenty) gives plenty of bang for the buck. Couple the mowing schedule with good clean edging of flower and tree beds and the next thing you know people will be stopping at your home and asking what landscape company you use. A simple application of fertilizer and weed control will also go a long way towards keeping the yard green and weeds away. Pruning of shrubs and trees shows uniformity as well as clean lines and if someone sees this on the outside of your home they are sure to want to see how well you keep the inside.
Watering is advisable but refrain from too frequent of an application as you want to try to avoid over watering; which could lead to fungal growth and death of the grass, flowers and trees/shrubs. Less frequent watering also leads to a healthier plant as the root structure goes deeper into the soil in search for water and moisture. In the long run this will help the vitality and health of the plant.
For more on how to create a phenomenal first impression and maintain the beauty of your landscape watch our recent Q&A with Rick McDevitt of Oceanwoods Landscaping Co. here in the Hilton Head Island/Bluffton area:
If you would like to know more about preparing your home for sale and creating a First Impression that is lasting, contact Pete Popovich of PNP Real Estate at 843.338.6737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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