Bring Spring Into Your Garden Spring

Bringing Spring Into Your Garden

Now that spring has finally arrived; many homeowners will be going through the meticulous process of preparing their gardens for the trail and tribulations of spring.  As a high quality decking supplier from Shropshire, we have garnered quite the plethora of knowledge regarding extensive gardening maintenance. 

Statistically, people in the UK spend more time in their garden during the spring. You could argue that this is largely due to the fact that most gardeners spend the majority of early spring preparing their garden for the summer. 

So let’s look at some of the best ways to implement spring into your garden this year.

Groom Your Grass

If you have grass in your garden; you will want to closely monitor the health and length of your grass. 

Imagine you have your family or friends over for an afternoon cup of tea, the last thing you want is them witnessing a grossly overgrown and unkempt blade of grass. There are multiple ways you can counteract this problem.

One of the simplest ways to preserve your grass is by establishing a successful cutting routine. It is advised to cut your grass twice a week during the summer. This drops to once a week maximum during periods of a drought. As you might have guessed, this is due to the fact that grass can not grow as effectively without water. 

Most people know the benefits of cutting your grass. However, the importance of performing frequent quality of soil checks is not discussed nearly as regularly. To ensure your grass is looking fresh and vibrant, you should check the quality of the soil. 

If you have trees in your garden, you will also want to use a scraper to remove any extra unwanted leaves. Afterall, if your grass is littered with leaves you will not be able to properly showcase your perfectly maintained grass. 

Redecorate and Mend Your Fencing

In one of our most recent blogs we detailed ways to winterproof your fencing in Shropshire. So hopefully if you have followed many of the previously mentioned tips, your fencing should be looking rather sturdy and ready. 

But if your fence has happened to have absorbed some damage, you will need to fix and decorate accordingly. A fresh coat of paint and a few strategically placed blanks of wood and nails can drastically reshape your perception of an otherwise worn fence. 

Additionally, when your fence might be leaning or have bent, you might need to replace existing posts. Adding new posts will improve the overall structure and integrity of your fence. 

Repaint and Safety Check Your Decking

As previously touched upon on prior blogs; there are many steps you should take to ensure your decking is spring party ready. 

Because you will be spending a lot of time standing on your decking, it is vital you have confidence in the safety of your decking. There are many ways you can make your decking non-slip. These can include installing anti-skid strips and quickly and effectively drying the decking. 

To improve the general aesthetic of your decking, you might want to garnish the wood with a fresh coat of paint. This is a simple but effective way of making your patio look fresh and new. 

Repot Plants

Foliage and greenery is one of the quentessional features of any successful garden. During the early weeks of spring, you should report or even pot new plants. 

As the sun starts to creep over the ever decreasing clouds, you do not want dying flowers and plants on show. This is one of the many reasons you should reenvigate your garden’s greenery. 

How Will You Prepare Your Garden For Spring? 

Is your garden ready for the spring? For more helpful gardening tips from a well established decking supplier in Shropshire and Staffordshire, be sure you keep up to date on our website. 

If you have any questions regarding further information and correct garden maintenance, please get in touch