5 Easy to Plant Flowers to Add to Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Are you looking to make your home stand out?

Do you need some color in your front yard?

One of the easiest and simplest ways to make your home stand out from the rest is by adding a pop of color to your front yard. Today, we are sharing 5 easy to plant and easy to grow flowers that will give that extra something.

  1. Sedum

This flower is a great choice if you are looking for a flower to bloom in the spring or summer. It comes in many different varieties and many different colors like, red, pink, yellow and white.

According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, sedum is great for ground cover, rock gardens, is easy to care for and makes great cuttings if you would like to add them to your kitchen table bouquet arrangement.

  1. Daffodils

The daffodil is a classic spring blooming flower. While they are most commonly known for the yellow color, this flower also comes in white, pink and salmon.

According to The National Gardening Association, some of the benefits to growing daffodils are easy care and low maintenance, they are not eaten up by moles or voles, they are great for cutting, and multiple well.

  1. Russian Sage

One of the really nice aspects of Russian Sage is that you can plant any time of year and it provides the perfect background with its purple-blue flowers, gray-green leaves and grayish-white stems.

The Old Farmer’s Almanac classifies Russian Sage as a perennial that rabbits actually dislike.

  1. Hostas

Hostas are flowering plants and were listed by WebMD as one of the best flowers to plant if you have allergies. Not only is it great for allergy sufferers, but it is also an easy to plant and easy to grow flowering plant.

This perennial comes in so many different colors. The National Gardening Association reports that hostas flowers come in colors of blue-gray to deep green, light-green or even gold. The blue hostas are the ones that have the soft waxy coating on their leaves.

  1. Veronica

Our last, but certainly not least flower is called the Veronica, and it comes in pinks, blues, purples and whites. Even The Old Farmer’s Almanac has this one pegged when it writes “a carefree and easy-to-grow perennial”.

This flower will bloom from spring to fall and attracts butterflies and birds.

Summary

If you are looking for a pop of color to add to your home’s curb appeal, any of these will do. Not only will they set your home apart, but each of them also have a little added bonus of either being great for allergy sufferers or for attracting butterflies.