During the fall season, the leaves aren’t the only things that change: many homeowners are looking to change locations, moving from one house to another. As decomposing leaves clutter lawns and dipping temperatures make many plants go defunct, curb appeal plummets. But those looking to sell their homes can make a few quick changes to their landscaping to make for a quick sale.

Container gardens brimming with classic autumnal colors offer an instant source of beauty and interest, with mums and grasses filling out portable pots that can be placed on porches, patios, or whatever areas need some added appeal. As an additional bonus, potted plant arrangements can be carried inside if the weather works against their best interest, bringing life to the interior of your home that will be attractive to potential buyers.

If you’re planning to put your property up in the spring, don’t fall behind schedule: fall is the best time to start addressing your landscape so that it’s flourishing and fecund by the time the season changes. A quick and fairly foolproof way to fix a colorless garden is to plant daffodil and tulip bulbs that will sprout up come spring.

Our final tips for selling your home with the landscaping alone? Make sure you keep your yard looking its tidiest. In the same way that you maintain a decluttered home for open houses, your landscape should be pretty and pristine, too. Take the time to rake up and dispose of leaves, debris, weeds, and dead vegetation – in both your front and back yard. Present buyers with a yard they can see themselves enjoying by highlighting its potential and showcasing its existing charm.

For a hassle-free and professional landscape, consider hiring the experts at Rhine Landscaping, who offer maintenance packages to keep your yard looking tip-top, as well as design services to infuse color in your property no matter the season.

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