Be “That Dad” With The Best Lawn
Regardless of your yard’s size, it plays a vital role in the home’s overall appeal. So whether you’re looking to update your yard or have the best-looking yard on the block, actively landscaping can help your yard look well maintained and beautiful.
Here are a few tips and ideas to help you on your landscaping journey.
Landscaping Guidelines to Consider
Choose Your Style: The outside of your home should reflect your style and personality as much as the inside of your home. For example, do you have wine nights with friends? Is your style more formal with a modern look? Your yard’s landscape is a great way to set the tone for your visitors, friends, and family.
Plan for The Future: Most DIY landscapers learn quickly that the flowers they planted would look much better in a different area. This is one of the few aspects of creating the best yards on the block that can be disheartening, spending time and money on an area of your yard and then wanting it somewhere else. All can be avoided by knowing what you want and planning where you’d like it.
Have A Maintenance Plan: After all the time, money, and effort you spent investing in your yard, have a maintenance plan, so your landscape is always looking fresh. Everyone has a busy schedule; make sure you set aside time for a day or two to maintain that fantastic yard you just curated to your style. Furthermore, consider understanding the work that you’ve put into your yard. Some areas will need more attention than others, and there will be times when weeds grow.
Eye-Catching Landscape Ideas
Ground Covers: A low maintenance and complement to grass. Ground covers provide a nice-looking appearance with very little maintenance. The low-lying perennials have added benefits, too, like filling up bare spots, warding off weeds, and preventing erosion.
Privacy Additions: If you want to add some privacy to your home but don’t want a fence, consider adding a buffer or shrubs to your yard. These include multiple plants at various heights so you can accomplish privacy additions while enhancing your landscaping.
Create An Entrance: A curved plant bed can help soften up the line that a straight driveway creates. This curve establishes a sweeping effect, constructing a pleasant design while coming up the driveway.
This article was brought to you by Henderson Association Management, an HOA management company that serves communities in North Carolina and South Carolina.
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