Where To Start When It Comes To Spring Maintenance In The Garden

From March, you have to start preparing your garden for the arrival of spring. Between cleaning the land, new plantations, and weeding, you won’t bother! Discover all the right things to do for a garden that is more than perfect for sunny days.
Spring is often associated with spring cleaning and tidying up in the house. But the arrival of the beautiful season also means living in the garden, the first meals on the terrace, a welcoming balcony, and the flowering of plants. To live well in the garden, it is necessary to do one – or even several depending on your time and your pace – spring gardening sessions. What to offer an orderly and pleasant garden daily.

When to prepare your garden for spring?

The bad weather days of autumn, the cold of winter, and the hard frosts often leave many traces in the garden. As soon as winter comes out, you will be able to repair the misdeeds of this winter season and help your garden get a new look. Because you should know that March, April, and June are more than ever the important months of the year for vegetation. From March, we must begin to undertake gardening work: cleaningpruningcollection of dead leaves … We must make a clean sweep of winter to welcome spring.

Cut dead branches and damaged stems in March

To do this, you will first have to prune and cut. The plants have sometimes suffered a lot during this winter period, which is not conducive to the development of plants and shrubs. You can then prune dead branches, damaged or dry stems. Take the time to make this cut with pruning shears to allow the plant not to have to worry about this part when regrowing.

Prepare the ground for spring with weeding and cleaning

There is no point in planning plantations if your land is not ready to receive them. Then you have to weed and clean the ground. By removing weeds, you allow the soil to rest and regenerate. Rather than drawing on these nutrients unnecessarily to feed useless plants, it will conserve its energy to accommodate new crops.

Cut dead branches and damaged stems in March

To do this, you will first have to prune and cut. The plants have sometimes suffered a lot during this winter period, which is not conducive to the development of plants and shrubs. You can then prune dead branches, damaged or dry stems. Take the time to make this cut with pruning shears to allow the plant not to have to worry about this part when regrowing.

 

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Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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