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8 Summer Flowers That Can Boost Your Curb Appeal

Curb appeal is becoming more and more important in the housing market, and most people are looking for a way to boost the value of their homes. There are many methods, however, one of the easiest is improving your garden. Adding flowers and greenery to your backyard will set your house apart and draw more people in because of the appearance.

Gardening is a hobby or pastime that anyone can enjoy, and it brings beauty to any home or yard. Gardening can be relaxing and rewarding when it all comes together. So, we want to help you decide what beautiful summer flowers you can add to your garden to help with curb appeal.

Shrub Roses

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Roses are a classic! Always a beautiful addition to any home or garden. They are not difficult to grow and come in a variety of colors and types. You can plant them right into your garden or in containers/pots and place them anywhere in your yard. Roses are perfect for boosting curb appeal because they can bloom year-round. They love the full sun and plenty of water for the best results.

Day Lily

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This incredibly beautiful flower will boost your curb appeal. Daylilies are great perennials and are easy to grow. They thrive with the sun, water, and just about any soil. They are strong plants because they are long-lasting and come back each year. Day Lilies come in many different colors, and they start to bloom midsummer (end of June- beginning of July) and will continue into the fall. The most exciting part, new blooms appear each day, so you always have something to look forward to.


Field of Lavender Flowers
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Growing lavender is very easy, and it is an amazing addition to any garden. Its beautiful purple flowers and wonderful smell will boost curb appeal and draw people into your home. You can grow lavender in pots around your yard or in your garden with other flowers. It prefers full sun and soil with good drainage.


Two Tone Pink Hanging Fuchsia
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This interesting-looking flower will bring something new to your garden. Fuchsia flowers have a red base with purple petals and will make your garden stand out. These beautiful flowers will attract a hummingbird, the main pollinators of this flower. Fuchsia is not only beautiful but also easy to grow and care for. Fuchsia are easiest to grow in a sheltered spot in your garden with good soil drainage.


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Sunflowers are bright and beautiful and noticeable to just about anyone who sees them. They are strong, long-lasting, and bloom as early as July and will keep blooming into October. If you sow your sunflowers every few weeks, there will be non-stop sunflowers in your garden. Sunflowers grow the best when they are in direct sunlight for 6-8 hours each day.


Flowering Plants
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Cosmos are dainty, delicate-looking flowers, but they can boost a home’s curb appeal with beautiful colors and long-lasting flowers. Cosmos closely resemble Daisys and will attract a variety of birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden. Cosmos grow best in full sun, with a lot of water and mulch to increase the moister, but they can survive in just about any soil, even poor soil with limited drainage.


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Mandevilla is also known as Rocktrumpet. This showy tropical-looking flower is perfect for boosting curb appeal. It will attract attention with its amazing smell and bright tropical colors like red, pink, yellow, and white. This flower loves hot temperatures, like tropical or subtropical weather. Mandevilla will start blooming in the early summer and will keep blooming into the fall. These flowers may go dormant if you live in cooler temperatures but will come back when it is warm.


Bacopa Monnieri
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Bacopa is a small flower that can have an impact on curb appeal. This flower blooms all summer long and comes in a variety of colors, including white, pink, blue, or lavender. These flowers are great for containers, planters, or hanging baskets, making them very versatile. These flowers thrive in full sunlight with a lot of water, but with little work, you will have a big reward because these flowers come back each year. They may need a bit of trimming because they can get overgrown with time.

To Sum Up

If you plan to sell your home or want to boost your curb appeal or attract more wildlife to your garden, these beautiful flowers can help with that. Hopefully, you find these flowers as beautiful as we do.

Let us know which flower you like the most, and as always, please share!