Garden Waste comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, and you’ll need to know how to dispose of it properly. Some garbage cans are used, while others must be removed from your garden. In any event, we’ve put together a quick guide on the many forms of yard waste and what you should do with it.
Grass cuttings & leaves
After cutting your lawn or pruning your bushes/trees, this is the most typical type of garden waste. You’ll have a lot of bags full of loose cuttings, but what will you do with them?
Surprisingly, you can return grass cuttings to your lawn as a natural fertilizer, which will help your lawn grow greener and healthier. Leaf cuttings can be turned into mulch to aid in the growth of your plants, thereby repurposing both waste products.
Fruit & veg
Fruit and vegetables can be found as garden garbage, mainly when they fall from trees. You may have an abundance of bad apples, apricots, peaches, tomatoes, or anything else you plant in your garden. When the trash starts to pile up, you’re not sure what to do.
Thankfully, it can be reused once more this time as compost. Adding leftover fruit and vegetables to a compost pile is a great way to make your compost, which you can then use in your garden to help things grow!
Twigs & branches
You may end up with a lot of sticks and branches cluttering your garden if you’ve been pruning trees or branches have snapped off due to harsh weather. They’re potentially dangerous because anyone can trip over them, and the ends may be pointy.
In this case, removing the branches and sticks from your garden is the best option. They serve no other purpose, thus contacting a professional lawn removal business like Junk Hunters will assist you in safely removing them in no time.
Finally, you can find yard garbage in a variety of shapes and sizes. Old plant pots, broken seed trays, garden furniture, old swings, and other items fall into this category. It covers all the stuff in your garden that has either lingered there for years or recently shattered. It can also include broken glass from an old greenhouse.
Clearing your Garden Waste in London
Again, in these situations, hiring specialists to do the work is your best option. It lowers the chance of injury, especially while working with broken glass or ceramic pots. Everything may be taken out at once, leaving you with a cleaner garden.
The simple line is that garden debris comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some of this trash can be recycled and utilized as compost, fertilizer, or mulch in your garden. If you have any other questions, you should contact Junk Hunters right away. We can safely collect your garden debris, recycling as much as possible. Please take a look at our Garden Clearance service.