6 Tips for Using Flowers to Boost Curb Appeal

By: Tracy Phelan

6 Tips for Using Flowers to Boost Curb Appeal

Tags: Curb Appeal

6 Tips for Using Flowers to Boost Curb Appeal?

Unleash some flower power to increase your home’s curb appeal. There’s a method to leveraging all those petals to help your property bloom. Here are some tips to get started.

Buy a Colour Wheel

Check out a colour wheel to help you understand how different colours relate to one another. Choose flowers with colours close to one another on the wheel for a more harmonious scheme. Alternately, colours on opposite sides of the wheel will yield a complementary colour theme. To really mix things up, choose three colours that are equidistant from each other on the wheel.

Use colour to “enlarge” your yard or garden bed

A monochromatic colour scheme can help create a feeling of spaciousness because the eye is not interrupted by other colours. To mix things up, incorporate lighter and darker shades of the same colour.

Highlight Favorite Features

Have a fabulous front door? Draw attention to it by planting brightly coloured or white flowers around it. Flowers can be an effective way to accent the architectural features you – and prospective buyers – love.

Use White

White can be the most attention-grabbing colour in landscaping. White flowers and foliage serve as terrific focal points, they make other colours look richer, and create a sense of depth in a garden.

Don't Forget Green

There are so many vivid shades of green to use when highlighting your home. Combining different shades and a variety of textures can add depth and excitement.

Anticipate Changing Seasons

Remember to plan for how the colours of the plants you choose will change with the seasons. Add some year-round perennials so your yard stays vibrant, even when flowers wilt in cooler seasons.

Tired of having your green thumb limited to container gardens on your patio? Find out what kind of yard you can afford by talking to an agent who knows your neighbourhood.

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