Add a Pop of Color
After your property is properly maintained, adding in some pops of color throughout your outdoor space is a great way to catch the eye of consumers. If your landscape beds are filled with all the same types of plantings or if they are looking a little bare, adding some perennial plants to them will help them to stand out. Adding plantings that have winter interest is a great way to help your curb appeal as well! We recommend plantings that are easy to care for or offer lots of color like Daylily, Black-Eyed Susan, Coneflower, Rose, Hosta, Shasta Daisy, or Hydrangea.
In addition to adding perennials, plantings that return each year, including annuals, plantings that only last for a season, is a great way to bring color to your landscape. Annual flowers can be planted in the ground to line walks or highlight an entrance, or they can be planted in container gardens. Annuals can be rotated in container gardens to include spring plantings, summer plantings, fall plantings, and even winter arrangements. If the rest of your landscape is simple and well-maintained, a pop of color from annuals like Begonia, Lantana, Petunia, Geranium, or Zinnia can elevate your outdoor space.