Category Garden Maintenance

Garden Maintenance Tips

Garden Maintenance Tips

Tree Removal

There may be trees in your garden that need to be removed because if they are not removed, they may bring harm to your garden or your property, above all if your garden trees grows large enough, they may not bear harsh weather and may damage your neighbour property in this situation you may face legal penalties, it better to cut or trim these tree, you can do Tree trimming and cutting yourself, but if you take the services of professional Tree Cutting company they will handle the hard part for you.

Water the plants

The heat of summer dries out garden beds more quickly than in the spring therefore, it is vital to water plants in summer regularly. Plants growing in full sun need water frequently than the ones in the shade.
To ascertain that plants need water, put your finger deep into the soil. If your fingertips feel dry, you can guess it is time to water the plants. Care should be taken while watering plants.

Clean weeds

Don’t let the weeds grow faster than the plants. Watch the plants to pull the weeds before they spread. Clean them before they start seeding so you don’t have to clean weeds thereafter. It is better to have a look under the leaves if there is any low growing weed underneath them.

Feeding Flowers

It is important to feed flowers during the growing season for them to have some energy to continue producing flowers. It is recommended to water flowers with water soluble plant food. In case of heavy summer rain nutrients should be flushed out of the containers if flooded with water over a period of time. Feed the flowers once more after rain.Stop feeding flowers in July to allow time to the new growth to harden before the first fog and frost fall.

Garden Maintenance Tips

Be careful of garden pests

Issues of insects and four-legged pests are found all summer long so keep on guard from them. Garden pests such as slugs, grasshoppers and Japanese beetles harm flowers. You know better to manage your garden. Budworm potentially devours flowers very quickly. Summer is a time to apply animal repellents which are normally put out in spring. Granular repellents can also be sprinkled to prevent from rabbits and another four-legged pest.

Perennial blossoms should be removed

Majority of winners make cleaning themselves, therefore save time picking off the faded blossoms. Many perennials are deadheaded which means that their stems are trimmed off, encouraging re-bloom and the plant’s appearance.

Support leaning plants and vines

The plants are taller now and must have started to lean on other plants. If they are leaning to break their stems or smother nearby plants just pull them out. Support cages, poles, rings, and other material are available at garden centers.

Pop of color is added where needed.

Many plants are picked up at the garden center in spring there is always a spot where more colors are needed. It is the shrub border looking gorgeous blooming in spring, but now it is all-green for rest of the season. Or there is an empty spot in the garden where a cool looking corner is now looking ugly. Whatever the reason but it is time to put things in order.

Adding plants to the summer garden, heat-tolerant varieties such as Toucan Cannas are considered. They have a chance to be established during summer. Make sure that they are watered to settle in their new location.

Making pictures of the garden

Make a photograph of your garden and share with friends and accomplices. This will remind you what you did in your garden this year