The weather is starting to even out after that batch of super rainy days and cooler temperatures. Just in time to get outside and get your garden going for spring! We’ve got some tips to prepare your yard and plants for success this green season.
Any old birdhouses might need a refresh. Clear out old nests from last season and make sure there aren’t any nails or large splinters on the inside. For birdbaths, make sure they are dumped and scrubbed down to get all of the gunk that may have built up. Add fresh water and enjoy!
Nothing can revive a sad garden in the spring like some fresh mulch and giving some attention to the edges/trim of your flower beds. If you can find some cheap bricks or stone, arrange them around the perimeter to really define the area.
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