Time To Plant Those Flowers To Sell That Pullman Home!

If you are thinking of selling your Pullman Washington Home, now is the time to get out there and spruce up the yard and get some color in around that front walk or doorway!  

The weather here in Pullman has been a bit colder and rainy compared to years past.  So a lot of folks are having a yard time getting the yard in shape.  I am no exception.  Every time I have some time to get out there it is raining.  And when it is pretty, I always seem to be working.  Such is the life of a Realtor!  Our houses always seem to suffer a bit!

But if you are considering selling you really want to have the yard looking tip top as soon as you can!  The grass is very green now and could probably benefit from a cutting to give it a nice even look.  Don't forget to clean out debris around the flower beds.  A nice new fresh layer of mulching bark sure can make your house and plants pop!

And don't forget to put in some flowers!  Typically in Pullman you want to hold off on annual until after mid-May.  Around Mother's Day is a great time.  But there are some things you can do in the mean time!   If you don't have bulbs stealing the show right now and some blank places to fill, you might want to try some pansies. They are one of my all time favorites here in Pullman as they can stand those colder nights when we can dip to the freezing mark.  They look so happy and cheerful and greet your visitors to your home.  And while you are at it, how about picking up a nice new welcome mat to welcome that new Pullman buyer to your beautiful home.  

Comment balloon 2 commentsLori Churchill Cofer • April 24 2011 10:14PM


Lori  Excellent, informative post - it's amazing - we now have pansies that can be planted both late and early in the year

Posted by Karen Kruschka, - "My Experience Isn't Expensive - It's PRICELESS" (RE/MAX Executives) almost 7 years ago

I just gave back a listing because of a flower bed. The clients couldn't figure out whey they weren't getting any showings. What little feedback we did get was from the flower bed made my clients nervous??? Despite me telling my clients that it looked bad just a bunch of dirt dug up along the driveway, people thought it was a sewer problem and didn't want anything to do with it.

Posted by The Friendly Home Team, Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate (Realty Pro Oregon, LLC) almost 7 years ago

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