Now that Spring is upon us, it’s time to get your house clean and start tidying your garden of anything you no longer need.
Your garden is just as important as your house, if it’s clean it makes the overall image much more aesthetically pleasing and easy to look at. Why wouldn’t you look after your garden as well as your house?
We understand gardening really isn’t for everyone, including some of us in this office. But it’s a bit like cleaning, it has to be done but fortunately nowhere near as often!
In this blog, we’re going to be showing you different ways to get your garden ready for Spring and making the most out of it.
Tidy Up Your Flower Beds
First things first, you should have a general tidy up. Get rid of any unwanted debris and weeds throughout your garden and cut back any overgrowing areas. You want to make it look as good as it can and reducing the excess can help.
Order Summer-Flowering Bulbs And Seeds
You should try and plant any bulbs and seeds that you want in your garden. Dedicate a patch of your garden to this and ensure that you maintain them correctly so they can fully grow!
As it’s just turning into Spring, now is the perfect time to sort out any of those niggly maintenance problems with your garden. Whether it’s your fencing, gates and trellis, check them for any signs of weather damage and decay.
If there’s some issues, get them fixed as soon as possible so you can have more time to spend in the summer enjoying your lovely garden.
Clean And Sharpen Your Gardening Tools
You need to maintain your garden tools to ensure that they are with you for the long run and help prevent the spread of any disease. Any dirty tools can have a huge impact on your garden and can spread bacteria and fungi to fresh pruning wounds.