Your Ultimate Go-to Spring Garden & Lawn Clean Up Guide

Spring is in the air and as the temperatures start to climb, many people want to spend more time outdoors. For a lot of people, that will mean sitting in the garden and basking in the sun.

However, sitting in an unkempt garden can be off-putting. We all spring clean our homes out of habit but the garden is usually last on the priority list. Here’s why you should clean your spring garden and how.


If your lawn is looking overgrown and out of control, you may think that a simple trim will do the job. The problem is, during the Winter, your lawn goes through a lot. Bad weather, pet mess or heavy traffic can cause ruined patches.

It can take time to solve this problem, so it’s better to start sooner rather than later. Clear any debris (like leaves, twigs or pet mess) from the lawn with the help of Dirt Cheap Rubbish Removal. Add compost, fertilizer and grass seed to bare patches and watch your lawn grow as good as new.


If you have any bushes, shrubs or perennials in your garden, you’ll already know that they can be hard work. They tend to overgrow during the colder months because most people don’t get out in the garden to prune them.

It could take you a while but cutting back branches, bushes or any damaged foliage will ensure your bushes, shrubs, and perennials stay healthy and don’t block walkways.

Garden Beds

Flowers can bring color and life to any garden but they take looking after. Many people underestimate the amount of space that most flowers need to grow and their garden beds can become overcrowded.

As temperatures begin to rise above freezing, it’s the perfect time to plant some of your spring bulbs and seeds. Just remember to clear your garden beds of any debris or damaged flowers and leave plenty of space for each species.


It isn’t just shrubbery that can be left damaged after the colder months. Did you know that if you thoroughly clean your patio twice a year it can prolong its life? You can make your patio look more presentable by cleaning your patio with a jetwash and sweeping away debris.

You may also want to clean any outdoor furniture you have. Wooden tables, chairs, and benches may need some fresh paint to look attractive again. If you have rattan furniture it can usually be cleaned easily with some soapy water and a sponge.

Get Your Spring Garden Ready

It’s a joy to spend time in a spring garden. As the first hints of new flowers start to peer through the ground, it’s a welcome sign that the seasons are changing and more time can be spent outdoors.

Gardening is also a wonderful and healthy habit to adopt during the spring and summer months. For more useful content, check out some of our other articles. 

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