It is true that picking the right kind of flowers for your home will make it adorable. In addition to trimming your shrubs and trees, you can also consider planting these flowers to your front porch containers or perennial beds. If your gardening climate doesn’t support these plants, then you can look for lookalike plants to amaze your buyers. 

 Flowers

    Roses 

Even those that aren’t into gardening will still agree that roses have universal appeal to owners.  The installation of a few modern ever blooming roses is a smart choice when you are planning to sell your home, old fashioned and heirloom roses look stunning with their cabbage sized blooms and sweet perfume. 

    Lavender 

You can import the famous lavender flowers in a south of France to your gardens if you are not lucky enough to live in Provence. Lavender blossoms are edible and woo home shoppers with their glorious and attractive scent. Besides full sun and well-drained soil, lavender needs a damp or slightly shady plot. 

    Fuchsia  

If you can keep the fussy plants in prime condition throughout the selling process will surely grab the attention of potential home buyers because of its pendulous blooms. Moist soil, moderate temperature and an area sheltered from the wind are the conditions need for this plant to thrive.  

If you are not sure about maintaining these divas during you’re the duration of selling then you can get a trailing begonia plant in a hanging basket instead because begonias do not mind hot weather and their succulent foliage won’t wilt if you miss irrigation for a day or two.  

Tulips 

These majestic flowers can be your secret weapon if you have a planting window. The season of these flowers can be stretched over a period of several weeks even though they are basically spring blooming flowers by planting a selection of mid, early and late blooming tulips.  

It is advisable to obtain long blooming tulips as well as early species tulip, mid-season triumph tulips and later blooming parrot tulips. If you are in the Deep South, you can substitute amaryllis bulbs or calla lilies. 

    Sweet Peas 

The fragrance of sweet peas can bring back the nostalgic feelings of grandma’s garden in today’s world of odorless hybrids. You can substitute fast growing nasturtiums if you are past the cool spring weather.  

    Lilies 

Lilies are very hardy perennials that can withstand temperatures of 40 below zero. Early summer blooming Asiatic is the hardest and grows in Alaska while later blooming Oriental trumpet hybrids require less chilling time to bloom and will survive in zone 9. You can substitute carefree daylilies if your weather is desert like because they are adapted to drought and heat. 

Jasmine 

Commonly, jasmines are not frosted hardy types of plants but an Arabian jasmine plant will definitely flower throughout the summer in a partly sunny condition. It is advisable to grow the vine in a large spot and you can move it indoors for showings. The flower will also emit a soft and sweet fragrance in your home. 

Well, if you are still not in the mood for these flowering plants and just want to sell your house without the hassle of planting these flowers, then you can contact cash offers Dallas. Their company provides you with every option possible for your situation and will buy your house with cash. This will not give you hassle compared to the traditional way of selling.