Getting Your Garden Winter Ready

Getting your garden winter ready
Getting your garden winter ready

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. The temperature is dropping and as we are getting ready for the cold winter. Jackets, jerseys, scarves and knitwear is bought to prep our bodies for the cold, but, what are you doing to prep your garden for winter? Here’s some helpful tips and tricks to get your garden winter ready!

This winter, take some time to clean your garden. remove the rubbish and the gunk, take out all the dead plants and flowers and also those with diseases. Start with a clean garden. This will help ensure that your flowers bloom beautifully!

Feed the spoil to keep it strong for winter. You can do this by adding a layer of compost to the soil, or using a tiny bit of fertilizer.

If you already have flowers in your garden, cut away all the dead flowers and leaves. This will ensure that flowers that go into hibernation are healthy and ready to bloom in Spring.

It is also a good time to start planting your flower bulbs for Spring, provided that they will be able to stand the colder winter weather.

Wrap all of your flowers and plants that cannot withstand the colder weather with burlap. Don’t wrap the flowers or plants too tight, You can make a little nest around it with wood and wrap the wood. Add some compost to the ground to keep your flowers and plants ready for Spring.

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