If you’re thinking about replacing the landscaping of your home, be sure to consider how much time you really want to spend maintaining your new yard.
As one of the most overlooked aspects of property value, your landscaping can makes or break a sale – not just because of how it looks, but also because of how much work it requires. An artificial lawn will be more attractive to a buyer than one in need of constant water, fertilizer, mowing, and other maintenance.
The more maintenance required, the more money a buyer has to apply toward it.
What kind of timeframe do you have to water and nurture plants? Are you a stay at-home mom with a lot of other responsibilities? Do you have a green thumb? Take all of these into consideration when choosing your plants. You don’t want to spend hundreds on these green babies only to watch them die because they’re left alone for weeks at a time without food or water.