With the beginning of spring the garden is waking up and it probably needs some TLC. Just like giving your house a good spring cleaning after the cold winter months, with a similar approach freshen up your yard and garden by doing a spring cleanup.
Some early spring cleanup tasks are a given during this time of year. If you want to make your garden pretty and healthy for the warmer seasons, just follow the steps in the spring cleanup checklist below.
When to Clean Up Your Garden
Spring can be very unpredictable but if you are a gardener, you’ll probably be out in the garden the first second the weather gets warm. But it’s best to wait with cleaning it up until the soil defrosts and starts to dry out a bit.
Walking on the soil while it’s still wet can make it very difficult for plants to grow later due to soil compaction. Until things looosen up, you can just start with taking stock of your tools and cleaning them up.
How to Spring Clean Your Garden
There are many tasks to complete in the spring cleaning season, from tidying up the yard to pruning shrubs, but this checklist has got you covered. To make things easier, you can download and print it out so you can take it with you into your garden.
There is no better feeling than ticking off all the tasks from the checklist and having a clean and fresh garden for the rest of the year.
Happy Spring Cleaning!
Timi is a content creator and she likes to spend time in her garden, therefore keeping it clean and organized is really important for her. She teams up with Wire fence to bring you this step-by-step checklist on how to clean up your garden and yard.