Getting the Garden Ready for Spring

Spring is certainly in the air now and you may have noticed, whether you are a keen gardener or not, that your garden is starting to come to life once more.  There is a lot of work to be done in the garden at this time of the year. With everything starting to come to life at once it can seem like a lot of work, after a long, cold winter!

If you have a pond in your garden, keep an eye out for the return of the frogs and toads – you will start to notice their spawn around the pond edges and concealed under the plants. This will soon disappear and become tadpoles – always fun to watch as they swim around and grow rapidly during the Summer months. If you enjoy sitting in the garden during the Summer, a pond in the garden is a lovely addition to a garden. Even if you have a small garden, you can add a water feature to it. It is a fact that being near water is a relaxing experience.

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If your garden is home to trees, you will notice that they are now coming out of their Winter slumber and are starting to fill their branches with green shoots and blossom. Keep an eye on the trees in your garden, as they need a health check too! They may need a the service of a tree surgeon, Wimborne based https://kieranboylandtreeservices.com/ can help you with any tree problems that you may have. They are an important part of the garden as not only are they beautiful, but they also provide a home to local birds, which will be looking to build a nest for their new chicks at this time of the year. A well looked after tree will provide you and the birds with many years of enjoyment.

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When it comes to plants, now is the time to get planting! If you are considering growing vegetables, you may want to add some raised beds to the garden – they are perfect for growing vegetables and are easy enough to make yourself. Plant Spring flowers in pots and tubs for an instant splash of colour to the garden, and do any jobs that you may have put off over Winter – repairs to fences, for example, or even a lick of paint to a garden bench will make the garden look fresh and ready for you to enjoy the long Summer days.