Beautify Your Front Yard Beautify Your Front Yard

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Beautify Your Front Yard

The front of your home is the first thing that potential home buyers will see and first impression is key. Below are some easy tips on how to beautify your front yard.

 

Trimming and Pruning

The first step to beautify your front yard is ensuring that you’re taking proper care of the plants, trees and flowers that you already have planted in it. So get out the hedge trimmer and pruning scissors at the start of spring and every few months until winter to make sure that everything is looking neat. Oh, and don’t forget to weed your flower beds.

Creating an inviting path to the front door

The second step to beautify your front yard is creating an inviting front walk path to your door. This can be something as simple as planting flowers or shrubs or placing solar lights along an existing path to create a beautify look in the evening. Replace dying plants in your yard and tend to areas where grass may be sparse. These things often stand out and are among the first things that someone looking at your home will spot. On that note, be sure to remove and replace as necessary.

Lawn Maintenance

The third step to beautify your front yard is maintaining your lawn. If your lawn is browning and worn, it can affect one’s overall impression. It is essential to put down fertilizer at least twice a year, and it is also recommended to regularly aerate your lawn to ensure its roots are getting enough oxygen and clearing out potentially damaging weeds. Your lawn should also be getting about one inch of water per week and when you cut it, don’t take more than one-third of its length off the top. Last but not least, don’t forget to periodically edge your lawn to give it that fresh look. Follow these steps and you can be sure that your lawn will be bright green and lush for not only your potential buyers but for the whole neighborhood to envy.

 

Pest Containment

The last thing you want are bugs eating up your flowers, so plan to protect your plants and flowers from animals and bugs accordingly. Be sure to talk to your landscaper about the best and environmentally safe ways of doing so.

 

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The front of your home is the first thing that potential home buyers will see and first impression is key. Below are some easy tips on how to beautify your front yard.

 

Trimming and Pruning

The first step to beautify your front yard is ensuring that you’re taking proper care of the plants, trees and flowers that you already have planted in it. So get out the hedge trimmer and pruning scissors at the start of spring and every few months until winter to make sure that everything is looking neat. Oh, and don’t forget to weed your flower beds.

Creating an inviting path to the front door

The second step to beautify your front yard is creating an inviting front walk path to your door. This can be something as simple as planting flowers or shrubs or placing solar lights along an existing path to create a beautify look in the evening. Replace dying plants in your yard and tend to areas where grass may be sparse. These things often stand out and are among the first things that someone looking at your home will spot. On that note, be sure to remove and replace as necessary.

Lawn Maintenance

The third step to beautify your front yard is maintaining your lawn. If your lawn is browning and worn, it can affect one’s overall impression. It is essential to put down fertilizer at least twice a year, and it is also recommended to regularly aerate your lawn to ensure its roots are getting enough oxygen and clearing out potentially damaging weeds. Your lawn should also be getting about one inch of water per week and when you cut it, don’t take more than one-third of its length off the top. Last but not least, don’t forget to periodically edge your lawn to give it that fresh look. Follow these steps and you can be sure that your lawn will be bright green and lush for not only your potential buyers but for the whole neighborhood to envy.

 

Pest Containment

The last thing you want are bugs eating up your flowers, so plan to protect your plants and flowers from animals and bugs accordingly. Be sure to talk to your landscaper about the best and environmentally safe ways of doing so.

 

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