We’ve gotten into the middle of the spring season, and this is the season that likely comes to mind when thinking about different outdoor chores and activities. Gardening is no exception here, and there are plenty of tasks you can get done in your garden during this time of year. If you follow these gardening tasks this spring season, your yard will thank you.
Take a Look at Your Yard
The first part of gardening maintenance is to take a look at your surroundings. Observe the trees and see if any branches are in need of pruning. Perhaps your flower beds require more mulch. Maybe you still have perennial foliage from the previous year that needs to be replaced with new foliage.
Along with the natural parts of your yard, you should also inspect your hardscape features if you have any. Be sure that features such as patios, fences, and walkways don’t have any lingering damage on them.
Take Care of Your Tools
Perhaps the tools you used throughout the winter were not stored as they should have been. If this is the case you may need to inspect your tools and make sure that they are still in working order for whenever you need them. If your garden is ever in need of some upkeep, you’ll want your toolkit at the ready to handle whatever task may come your way.
Does Your Garden Have Gaps?
Flowers don’t last forever, and this means your garden won’t be full all of the time. In other words, gaps are going to pop up inevitably. When your garden is full of gaps, one of the gardening tasks you’ll need to handle is getting those empty spots filled.
Look into different shrubs, trees, and perennials, and see which ones are interesting to you. You could even consider consulting a landscaping company for design advice.
Get Your Lawn Refreshed
Keep an eye on your grass as well and see if you need to use a leaf blower or a mower to tidy things up. If there is still any leftover debris from the winter season, take a little time to remove all of that debris, and then reseed any bare areas with new grass. Reseeding should be done for your lawn before you proceed with mowing.
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