How to Winter-Proof Your Garden

When you are looking for the best way to winter-proof your garden it is important that you start early. If you do not start early then you will end up losing all your beautiful spring flowers, vegetables, fruits, and even grass. But there are ways you can get prepared and here are just a few:

The first thing you need to do is plan your garden before the cold weather hits. This way, when it does hit you can make sure that your garden is prepared for the cold weather. You will want to prepare the ground around your plants and shrubs with some type of protective product. An organic soil filler to keep the ground from turning into mud for the winter months is a good idea. Remove any perennials, sort out beddings and get have a general clean up.

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During the autumn, clear away any rotting piles of leaves so as not to attract pests that could damage any trees you have. Clear out gutters before the bad weather descends. Get help with trees from a Tree Surgeon Poole at a site like Tree surgeon Kieran Boyland

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You don’t need to do anything fancy when it comes to planting your winter-proof plants. Just follow the steps above and you will be good to go. You will want to start checking on your garden in the spring when the ground is still warm and when the ground has melted a little. Your plants will grow faster, and you will have beautiful flowers, vegetables, and fruits ready for the summer. The last thing you need is to have to wait until the summer to harvest what you have worked so hard for.

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