Spring has arrived, and here at Schill we’re getting lots of calls from property managers who want to make sure their properties pop with color. For these people, flowering annuals are often the first thing that come to mind. However, we like to remind everyone that it’s important not to overlook other plants that will be here long after the season is finished. Even though perennials are often seen as filler plants, they can be stunning on their own or when layered with annuals. But their visual impact is only the tip of the iceberg. In this article, you’ll also learn how perennials can help you save money and the environment.
Your landscape is an asset. What are you doing this season to enhance your commercial property’s curb appeal and maintain its quality, health and overall appearance? Spring color can accomplish these goals and gives your property a noticeable, differentiating “pop” that will take you from spring well into summer and beyond, if you select the right plants.