Selling your home when you still need to shop for a new one can feel daunting to even the most seasoned homeowner––especially when the demand for new homes keeps rising, but the supply feels
Green Thumb Boosts Curb Appeal
Dated: August 12 2016
Boost your curb appeal with gardening, there are few easier and more satisfying things to do to your home than a bit of gardening. I have often heard excuses like, "I don't have a green thumb" or, "its too much work," but honestly it is a lot of fun and not a lot of work to bring color and warmth to the outside of your home.
Go to your local plant store and grab a few pots and start out with some hearty flowers, staff can direct you on how to best get started. We recommend Zinnias, Marigolds, Petunias, Brown-Eyed Susans, and Sunflowers that seem to love the ebb and flow of the Spokane heat.
Get into gardening with an open mind and knowing that not all plants are going to thrive when you plant them. Experiment, and try again.
The added color makes for an awe inspiring escape, a perfect way to reduce the stale look of those concrete jungles out there, adding interest & curb appeal to your home, ultimately bringing in the charm that increases a homes value.
Photos of our employees gardens, removing sod and adding plants, herbs, and vegetables to bring interest in a otherwise lackluster back yard area.
Are you looking to buy or sell a house? Let us help guide your search for that home with that perfect garden.
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Hi! I am the broker/owner of EvoReal and have been actively working in real estate for over 17 years. My greatest love in life is my family, not only my husband Matt and our three children, Ethan, Br....
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