ASK A NESTER: How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow Nest Realty

The agents and Brokers of Nest Realty possess decades of experience and a wealth of knowledge. In this installment of our Ask A Nester series, we ask the Brokers of Nest Realty to their gardening preferences…

KEEP IT CLASSY
58% of Nesters love the look of a classic four-board fence, while 38% would choose a tall privacy fence for their property, and 5% opt for a chain link fence to keep their doggos safe and happy.

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HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?
40% of Nesters have both a flower garden and a vegetable garden, while 14% grow veggies only, 19% stick to just flowers, and 28% have neither.

EASY PEASY
What’s the easiest fruit or veggie to grow? 61% of Nesters say tomatoes, followed by kale and strawberries.

CURB APPEAL SEALS THE DEAL
According to 77% of Nesters, curb appeal matters more to buyers than backyard landscaping.

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FIGGY SMALLS
Nesters’ favorite indoor plant?! The beautiful Fiddle Leaf Fig, followed by the Spider Plant and Snake Plant.
(Click here for our care guide for indoor houseplants!)

PORCH, PLEASE!
Forced to choose, 68% of Nesters would opt for a screened-in porch, while 32% would prefer a sunroom.

FENCE IT UP!
76% of our Brokers agree that buyers prefer a fence around the property.

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TOOLS OF THE TRADE
42% of Nesters say that gardening gloves are their most essential gardening tool, while 30% say a riding mower is their favorite, and 18% rely on their trusty trowel.

WOOD WINS
When it comes to decking materials, 53% of Nesters prefer the beauty of natural wood, while 47% opt for maintenance-free manufactured options like Trex.

We shared this story with you in our Spring/Summer 2020 Issue of NEST Magazine. To view the full issue, click here.

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