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Add Curb Appeal With a Pretty Spring Wreath

Monday, April 7, 2014

When spring rolls around, I'm always anxious to refresh the planters on our front porch and replace spent flowers with something prolific in the window boxes.  I'm not making any major moves in the gardening department until the last chance of frost occurs.  I've made that costly mistake before.

There are so many ways to add curb appeal to a home.  Until the perfect spring planting temperature presents, my spring to-do list consists of:



Once those things are done, I like to focus my attention to the front porch.  A great way to add a touch of spring is to hang a seasonal wreath on your front door.  There are so many fun ones out there and today I'm going to share a few of my favorites with you.











live willow and hydrangea wreath

What do you do to get ready spring?  I'm afraid to ask, but is it still snowy where you live?

7 comments:

  1. I got the itch too when we started having warmer weather. Bought two boxwood cone hedges and planted them in my planters to flank our front door. Love all these wreaths - never knew etsy sold them!

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    1. I'll bet your boxwood cones look great! Such a classic choice. Yes, there are lots of great wreath options on etsy.

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  2. Well..first I keep looking at everything I need to do and then I think I want to lay concrete in the whole yard cause it is overwhelming! I just had my yard man out the other day and we discussed doing some pea gravel areas for less maintenance!

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    1. I'm a huge fan of pea gravel! I know you'll have us all wanting to re-do our yards when we see yours.

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  3. The wreaths are so pretty and springy. Theres no snow anymore here in Ohio, but its cloudy and still only 40 dergrees. Cant wait for the warmer weather!!!!

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    1. I know what you mean! It's back and forth here with 2" of rain in the forecast today.

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