Put a spring in your step!

Spring garden shot

Daffodils - the sign of spring

With the days getting longer and the temperatures rising, there’s a real sense of hope that spring just around the corner, so it’s time to get out there and start thinking about your garden 

Things to think about:

  • Take a look at your layout and consider whether the general structure of the garden could be improved – it’s easier to see before all the flowers and shrubs start to grow & fill out
  • Assess what works and what doesn’t.  Do you have the spaces and features to use your garden how you wish to? Is there space for all the family to enjoy the garden?
  • Be ruthless – if there’s something you don’t like in your garden, don’t suffer it!  Taking out that huge unruly shrub could give you room for something you’ve always dreamed of and allow lots of positive ideas to flow!
  • Get inspired by leafing through gardening books, browsing online or watching gardening programmes on TV
  • Consider the maintenance implications of any changes you make – are you able to do this yourselves or if you need help to either get your garden to that stage or keep it looking wonderful?
  • If you’re struggling to see the wood for the trees, ask a professional for advice – with their experience, they can help you choose the best plants for different areas in your garden
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