Your new Highland home in Florida comes with beautiful landscaping, and investing in the landscaping of your home is one of the best ways to stand out in your new community. Having the best curb appeal doesn’t have to take up all of your time and money, and when you utilize Florida-friendly plants, you don’t necessarily need a green thumb for them to thrive.
This list of ten affordable and environmentally-safe landscaping tips showcases great ways to add flair to your new home without taking you away from basking in the beautiful summer sun!
Choose Sun-Friendly Plants: Buy plants that can withstand the warm summer months in Florida with minimal effort. Florida friendly plants don’t require as much water or fertilizer, which gives you more time to do the summer activities you want. Plants like beautyberries, various palm trees, and beach sunflowers are very drought tolerant and are natural Florida natives. Looking to grow fruits and vegetables? Try citrus plants, cherry tomatoes, and peppers.
With these tips, you can enjoy easy outdoor maintenance and spend more quality time with your family and friends doing the things you love this summer. Check out our Outdoor Living Pinterest board for more gardening and outdoor tips, and floridayards.org offers helpful tools to plan your landscaping.
When you build with Highland Homes, your new home will come with excellent curb appeal and landscaping including sod, Florida-friendly plants, and an irrigation system. Just add your finishing touches to create an awesome and low-maintenance yard and garden! Browse our website to learn more about our new homes in Orlando, Tampa, Lakeland-Winter Haven, Sarasota-Bradenton or Ocala, or call our Florida New Home Specialists at 863-797-4999.
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