Different people have different gardens, now that’s a fact. In the post, we sum up the 5 ways to improve your garden in only a single weekend. Emphasising the best tasks you can do to really make a giant impact.
- Bark Chips (Mulch)
This a bang-for-buck solution to instantly improve the quality of your garden. Bark chip is relatively cheap and can provide you with a way to spruce up your garden quickly. They are usually sold in bags, or kilograms, depending on where you are buying from. Though a great option if you only have a weekend.
2. Gurnie your existing surfaces (Pressure Washing)
Pressure washing is another fast, effective method to improve your garden quickly. They blast water at the speed of light (well almost) at your surfaces, washing away the grit and grime from years of build up. This equipment yields fantastic results. Head over to our store and find a pressure washer best suited to you.
3. Mow your lawn
It goes without saying that to improve your lawn, it must not look like a jungle in the first place. Make sure your lawn is mowed and trimmed. Providing care for your lawn will make your surrounding garden really stand out and give the spotlight it deserves. Mow your yard to bring in some extra aesthetics to your garden pictures.
4. Paint and Fixups
Adding a fresh coat to your fencing or palings will provide some extra value to your garden. Painting can be a quick, impactful task which yields great results. Get in and get the job done with a few coats of paint. Painting in the morning especially helps as when the mid-day sun comes out, your coats dry faster. Another feasible option.
5. Add a vegetable garden
Adding some extra flavour to your garden is always a must-have. Vege gardens have become a great addition to gardens around the world as the offer self-sustainability, and a great activity in your garden. Many have built vege gardens out of free old wooden crates on gumtree, or facebook marketplace, added soil + plants and built their very own vegetable garden.
Well that about sums up this post folks, goodluck with your garden improvements and renovate ya later !