5 Landscaping Tips to Increase Your Home’s Value

5 Landscaping Tips to Increase Your Home's Value

There are many smart ways to increase the value of your home, but when it comes to first impressions, proper landscaping is a vital component for boosting the aesthetic of your property. Many landscaping variables come into play, such as budget, skills, regional climate, and personal design tastes.

Below are 5 landscaping tips to consider, upon increasing the value of your property.

1. Four Seasons of Interest

Prepare your yard to be of interest year-round with a do-it-yourself landscaping plan that involves a well-researched selection of plants. During the spring and summer months, prepare flowering trees and shrubs, as fall foliage in the autumn and winter months will provide your yard with natural structural balance. This guarantees a feeling of content for people who cherish the shades and colours of a climate that cycles through four seasons, with value being a property that is able to encapsulate that beauty, because of a carefully landscaped setting.

2. Add Colour with Flowers

Where the exterior of your house may lack colour, your yard does not have to mirror such muted tones. In fact, planting tulip bulbs not only adds colour to your property, it can enhance the charm and feel of your home’s exterior with its exotic shapes and vibrant petals that characteristically open and close, based on time of day and weather conditions. Tulips, and flowers of all sorts, definitely adds a natural sense of personality to your property’s landscaped setting.

3. Seasonal Continuity

Deciduous trees and shrubs are popular amongst DIY landscapers, but don’t forget evergreens and other plants prized for their fall foliage with seasonal flowers. Deciduous specimens ​provide more colour and variety, while evergreens prove to provide continuity.

4. Annuals Supplement Perennial Colour

Planting beds are great for showcasing perennial flowers, but they only bloom for so long, with spectacular colour in May, but then nothing after July. So, incorporating annuals as a supplementary plug between the gaps, adds continuous colour in your yard. This creates a dynamically adaptable landscape design throughout the year.

5. Incorporate Hardscape

Beyond plants, hardscape features are great too, with the likes of evergreens. They provide desirable structure during the winter months. Additionally, walls and fences make an essential design statement, which can frame your property in manner of feng shui. Walkways, arbours, and fountains are other impressive hardscape features that can be added, as with indoor-outdoor transitional spaces, via patios and decks.

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Marcus Anthony co-founded The Pinnacle List on April 23, 2011 with his father, Kris Cyganiak. Together, Marcus and Kris would later establish Solespire Media Inc. on March 27, 2017, which was followed by Solespire’s immediate day-of-launch acquisition of The Pinnacle List, as part of the new Solespire Media Brands portfolio.

Marcus currently serves The Pinnacle List as Brand Director. He is responsible for directing brand strategy, developing digital media infrastructure as a technical full-stack web developer, as well as managing sales and operations that lead the real estate marketing industry in innovation with The Pinnacle List’s globally recognized website, advertising platform, and full-service listing portal for local, national, and international luxury real estate.

In 2009, Marcus also co-founded BuyRIC, which services as a portal and directory for local real estate markets. In 2016, Marcus created TRAVOH, a popular travel brand, which produces content by capturing real-time experiences and curating social influencers. Both brands were also acquired by Solespire, where Marcus leads as President, alongside Kris as Vice President.