Spring has sprung, and there's no better time to get your garden in tip-top shape. With the warmer months approaching, getting your hands a little dirty now will allow you to reap the benefits of a thriving yard year round. We've compiled a few tips and tricks to help get you started:
We know there hasn't been a lot of it lately, so next time it starts to rain, fertilise your lawn to take full advantage of the soaking.
Raise your mower height to keep lawn weeds at bay and to shield the ground from the sun - in these warmer conditions, it will stop your grass drying out.
Likewise, mulch your gardens to retain moisture and protect against the summer heat.
Consider a proactive treatment against lawn grubs to stop the breeding cycle - prevention is much more manageable than battling lawn grubs all summer.
Do the hard jobs now! You'll be thankful when the Queensland summer hits full stride and conditions are a little too hot and sticky to get out in the garden.
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