How to Get Your Garden Ready for the Warmer Weather

As summer is almost underway- a lot of us are probably thinking the same thing; it’s time to make the most of our garden during the warmer months! Although people everywhere have been anticipating travelling abroad after Covid, most of us are simply looking forward to spending time in our homes and enjoying the newfound freedom of life post-lockdown! Here at We Buy Any House, we have compiled our top tips on ow to get your garden ready for the warmer weather. 

See What Plants You Already Have in Your Garden:

Whether you’re an avid gardener or not, the first point of action is to assess what plants you already have in your garden. It’s important to do this as then you can decide upon a few things. The state of your plants has probably changed drastically since the previous season- especially if winter has just passed. Therefore, the first step is to decide whether you need to remove the current plants you have in your garden, or whether you can bring them to life. This will help you plan the layout of your garden accordingly and you can prepare for any new plants you want to incorporate into your garden during the warmer months.

Cut the Grass:

There is nothing worse than trying to enjoy the outdoors while being surrounded by overgrown grass. A great way to instantly elevate the way your garden looks before the summer months is by cutting back the grass. Overgrown grass is not only an eyesore but can also be damaging for the health of your garden. Cutting the grass in the lead up to summer is a great way to give yourself time to replenish your garden and treat any damaged areas before the summer months fully arrive.

Tidy Up Your Borders:

Before your flower beds, weeds and borders get a bit too tricky, now is the perfect time to get on top of them and set them up for summer so they can complement your garden. While you are getting into it, remember to remove any old weeds and bloons, in addition to tidying up any shrubs that need trimming.

Power Wash Your Decking or Flag Area:

Throughout wintertime, our decking or flag area can become covered by the elements and begin to look a little worse for wear. Therefore, a great idea to get your garden ready for warmer weather is to jet wash anywhere on your property that has flags or decking. By doing this, you can renew the space, and give the area a makeover that makes the exterior of your property look clean, fresh and inviting for you to spend the warmer weather in. You could either sweep the area with a broom, or additionally, jet washing is a relatively quick task that has maximum results as it can totally transform an area- therefore it’s completely worth doing! However, it’s important to remember to rinse off the area as you don’t want to leave any surfaces slippery.

Clean up the BBQ:

If the weather is nice, then the chances of you having a BBQ outdoors are quite high. If the potential of a family and friends BBQ is on the cards, then it’s a good idea to clean the BBQ thoroughly, especially if it has been sat outside throughout the winter months. Start off by using a brush to wipe down the surfaces of your BBQ, ensuring to remove any leftover food from the racks. Then, wipe it down with warm and soapy water. If you have a pressure washer, you could also use this to blast off any remaining bits of dirt. But it’s important to not do this if you have a gas BBQ.

Clean Up The Garden Furniture:

As the weather gets warmer, most people intend to spend more time outside. However, it can be quite a tricky activity unless you have garden furniture that you can use. And although it may seem like the easier option to go out and buy more garden furniture- this can actually become quite costly. Therefore, a great alternative is to clean the garden furniture that you already have at home. Not only is this a way to make sure guests and yourself aren’t sitting on garden furniture covered in grime, you may be able to rehaul old pieces of furniture that have been lacking in TLC. Start by brushing everything off as a way to remove dust, and then rinse each piece of furniture down with soapy, warm water. If your outdoor furniture is wooden, then you may have to put a wood protector on it beforehand in order to slow or stop signs of weathering to the furniture. 

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