garden clearance

With the peak gardening season drawing to a close, now is the perfect time to begin an autumn garden clearance. Preparing your garden for the changing seasons is a crucial part of gardening, and it will ensure that it is in great shape by next spring.

While you’re finishing up your gardening duties for October, consider getting a head start on a fall cleanup. Before the first frost, start by removing weeds, applying fresh mulch, and planting perennials, as this activity will lay the groundwork for blooming flowers in the spring.

A clean-up will help to prevent disease and insect pests from spreading from one season to the next. The elimination of harmful plants will determine the health of your garden in the coming year.

4 garden and yard cleanup recommendations for the fall

Remove the weeds

While removing weeds and rubbish has an aesthetic value, permanent weeds like dandelion, ground ivy, and white clover can survive the winter and emerge in the spring, so it’s best to get rid of them now. Plant debris can also be a breeding ground for pests and diseases.

Accessories should be cleaned and stored correctly

Any gardening tools that aren’t in use, such as tomato cages, lattices, and plant stakes, should be carried inside and stored after being cleaned and disinfected.

garden clearancePlant your perennials as soon as possible

Plant perennials before the first frost to ensure that they take root before the ground freezes in the winter Remove plant debris from peonies, roses, fruit trees, and other plants showing indications of illness, even if most perennials don’t need to be cut back until spring.

Make a compost heap

If you don’t already have a compost heap, now is the time to create one, especially if you want to give your soil some TLC. Homemade compost can help you save money on your water bill by preventing weeds and boosting the growth of your garden.

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