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The temperatures are steadily rising in readiness for the summer and you’re probably thinking about preparing your garden as it becomes the entertainment centre stage during this time of the year. Of course the idea is to bask in the sun for as long as it takes, and taking your time to get your garden ready for the summer will make it a stunningly relaxed space where all your household members and visitors can enjoy. 

Tidy up

If you have guests coming to your house, you’d make certain that it’s clean. Similarly, tidying up the garden may be all you need to do to make it look better. Apply fresh mulch to not only conserve moisture for your plants, but also suppress weeds and make the whole place more appealing. Remember that too much mulching isn’t good and it ought not exceed 3 inches in thickness. 

Personalise the landscape

Demonstrate your artistic antics by personalising the garden with accents like stones, artworks, benches, water features ad more. Consider tucking a romantic chair somewhere in those woods or getting creative with a stylish sculpture or statue that can become the garden’s focal point. 

Spruce it up

Are you having no time to weed out your lawn? Consider spraying a weed killer that will eliminate weeds within a short time and leave your flowers and other plants neat and smart. Additionally, if you’re planning to host a party, mow your lawn a day or two before the D-day. Keep a mowing height of around 3 inches. This is high enough for a deep and robust root system that will withstand the better part of the drought. If you have a busy work schedule it can be hard to make time for your garden. Why not hire a gardener to come and take care of your garden. If you would like to know the cost of hiring a gardener then priceyourjob is a great site to get a rough estimate.

Colour is of utmost essence

Winter has a way of blighting the colour on the garden’s fence. Painting the place will can revitalise the place and help you indulge in the lovely weather even better.