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Top 5 tips for a healthy garden

Top 5 tips for a healthy garden this spring

As we fall into the warmer months of the year, it is time to turn our attention to our lawns and gardens. Taking advantage of the last few weeks of cooler weather means that you can ensure your plant life stays healthy, rather than drying up and dying in the heat.

Here are 5 top tips to a healthy garden this Spring:

  1. Ensure your mower is working. A lot of people neglect their mowing duties in the cooler months, while the growth of the grass slows down. So make sure now that your mower is serviced and ready to go! Don’t forget to top up your oil. Check on your whipper snipper too.

  2. If you are planning on planting a garden now, consider which direction your garden faces, and plant accordingly. If your garden is going to be blasted by the heat of the day, choose plants that can withstand high temperatures. You can speak with professional gardeners regarding which plants to choose. Also consider the quantity of water that your plants will require.

  3. Pull out weeds and water your garden first thing in the morning.

  4. Don’t cut your lawn too short in the hotter months – a little length helps to shade the roots from the baking heat.

  5. Replenish your mulch or compost in the cooler parts of the morning.

There are of course more helpful hints to ensure the health of your garden, but it’s best to speak with the experts. Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening understand what it’s like working outside in the hotter Australian months, and they can speak firsthand as to the harshness that your plants will have to survive. Give Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening a call on 1300 697 857 and you can even book in a regular mow and weed so that you can avoid the unpleasantries entirely! Pulse Lawn Mowing & Gardening can protect your garden from dying in the unrelenting heat, and ensure you keep your gardens and lawn luscious and alive.


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