It may be you are likely to spend a lot more time at home in the near future. If you are fortunate enough to have a garden area, you should consider spending time there, if you are able to. A bright and welcoming garden is an excellent place to sit and watch the world go by.
We are pleased to say we have advised many local vendors in the sales process, and a great looking garden has a big role to play. Even if you aren’t planning on selling your home soon, you can improve the appearance of your garden by following these tips.
Add some colour to your garden
One of the best ways to invigorate your garden this spring is to add a dash of colour. You have plenty of options to consider, but daffodils are likely to be a fantastic choice for any gardener wanting to raise a smile any time they look at their garden. Yellow is a colour associated with happiness and sunshine, so it is an excellent choice.
Other colourful flowers for your garden this spring include tulips, crocuses and hyacinths. If you don’t have a lot of room at home, or you don’t have a garden, there is no need to miss out on brightening up your premises.
Pansies are an excellent choice to brighten up small spaces. These flowers are ideal for placing into pots and hanging baskets. Even if all you are looking for is a small addition to the entrance of your property, you should be able to make your day a bit brighter.
Make sure it is tidy
While it is positive to add some colour to your garden, you should make sure the garden area is tidy and orderly. This is the approach of people for inside their home, and it is just as important to use this approach for the outside of your property. Take time to mow the loan and ensure all paths are clear.
The Compton Acres Plant Centre at Canford Cliff in Poole is an excellent example of a boutique garden centre which can provide everything a new or keen gardener needs to make the most of their property. Also, if you are after something a bit unusual, this garden centre has developed an excellent reputation for offering exotic and unusual options.
Chestnut Nursery in the heart of Poole is a charity project, which means you can help others while helping yourself and your garden. The centre is located on the edge of Poole Park, and hopefully many will find it is in walking distance from the town centre, but there is a car park in place.
Anyone looking for something larger should consider Wilkinson, and their Bournemouth branch at Dalkeith Arcade. This company is a well-known name in the garden sector, so if you are looking for confidence and peace of mind, you’ll find a lot to like here.
If you have any questions or issues relating to the local property market, we can help. Contact Foxes today, and we will be more than happy to assist you.