By: Becky Bower
Working on your rental’s landscaping is important to attracting new tenants, but you don’t want to invest too much time and money on your curb appeal every year. Incorporate plants that are low-maintenance and will last through the seasons now! You’ll see the difference for years to come.
Local Plants Can Easily Adjust to Your Rental
If you’ve ever planted a bush, you’ll know that within the first week you can visibly tell if it’s is adjusting well or not. There are few factors that go into this—soil, placement, and water—but when it comes to landscaping, one of the biggest ones is the plant itself. Plants that are grown locally are already adjusted to your property’s climate and soil. So when you go to your local hardware store or nursery, ask them about what greenery thrives in your area. By using trees, shrubs, and flowers that are grown locally and are known to thrive in your rental’s area, you can pretty much expect these plants to grow on their own. Instead of spending time and money planting finicky flowers like azaleas on your rental (just to find that they’re dead in a few weeks) do your research. You’ll save time and money in the end. Continue reading