Getting your garden ready for summer is all about getting it right in spring and these 10 tips are here to help you do just that. So, take note, put on your gloves and get gardening.
Inspect The Garden
Remove any tree limbs and have the large trees pruned or removed by an arborist. Do away with any perennial foliage from last year and throw it into your compost pit. Check the beds that have bulbs and rake the mulch before any foliage starts popping up; do the same to other beds and refresh the mulch where necessary. Check the steps, pathways, and fences for any damages that may have been caused by thawing and freezing.