Spring Garden Tips To Brighten Property
27th April 2020
27th April 2020
Anyone who is fortunate enough to have a garden area they can sit in are advised to do so. It is crucial people follow social distancing guidelines, but spending time in the garden can do people a lot of good.
If we are in for a spell of pleasant weather, the sunshine will help people feel more relaxed and less pent-up. Of course, the weather for the first few months of the year was quite challenging. This means a lot of people might find their garden isn’t up to the standard they would like.
At Merrys, we have helped many vendors connect with buyers. The garden area is crucial in creating a positive first impression. Therefore, we know a thing or two about creating a great looking garden, and this is something we can assist you with right now.
It should go without saying but the first step in creating a great looking garden is to clean and tidy up. Remove any debris, cut back on weeds, trim the lawn and make sure the borders are well-defined.
Well-defined borders help to make a garden look bigger. The same can be said for grouping certain plants, flowers or vegetables together.
One of the best ways to brighten up a garden is to add a dash of colour. In spring in the United Kingdom, there are many fantastic flowers to choose from, all of which can add a burst of colour and energy to your property.
Your personal preference and taste will likely inform the decision you make, but there is no denying many people love the colour yellow. This is a warm and cheerful colour. Yellow is associated with the sun, warm days and beaches. This is why a lot of people are keen to add daffodils to their garden in spring. The blooming yellow colour adds a lot of spirit to a garden, which will be of benefit right now.
Of course, you don’t have to opt for yellow or daffodils when brightening up a garden. You can also choose from hyacinths, crocuses and tulips. With vivid oranges and purples, you can create an array of colour, which will make your garden a cheerful and happy place.
Not only will this please you, it will hopefully put a smile on the faces of people who walk by your home.
If you don’t have much space in your garden, you might be looking for a flower which can bloom in smaller spaces. Pansies are a great addition to homes which have pots or hanging baskets. You don’t need a lot of room in your garden to enjoy a colourful area.
If you follow these tips, you can hopefully make the most of your garden this spring and summer.
We know a lot of people are looking for guidance and assistance right now. If we can be of any assistance, we will. Therefore, if you have any housing market questions, please contact Merrys today, and we will be happy to help.