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How To Design Your Garden On A Tight Budget

Posted: Friday, 19 August 2016 @ 12:51

Moving into your new house is both an accomplishment and achievement and something that when you do move, you actually feel releived. With all the hectic and frantic activity when it comes down to moving, is it any wonder that you have already spent so much and do not feel like spending anymore on garden maintenance services.

design your gardenWhatever the case may be, it is completely possible to be able to design your garden all by yourself without hiring a gardening company to do everything for you. It may take a bit more time, however with the guide that we have managed to put forward for you, it is easy to be able to design your garden in the manner that you desire before you think of hiring a garden landscaping professional to do everything for you:

• If you have a lawn mower to be able to cut your grass will be quite simple! Lawn mowing can simply be done with a grass cutting machine and if you haven’t gone one, you can borrow one from the neighbours who should be more than happy to be able to sort all of it for you. A lot of times we only hire gardeners to actually and simply cut the grass and so if that is the case, depending on the size of your new garden, you’d be pleased to know that it would probably take you less than an hour to be able to cut down all the long grass in your new backyard, assuming it hasn’t already been taken care of by your new landlord or landlady. A neat and clean lawn is something to be truly proud of, as it doesn’t just serve with aesthetic appeal, it is also imperative of being able to avoid calling the gardeners for things like weed control and planting, when patches of grass disappear or grow too much in one place.

• If you’re looking to feed the birds, you don’t have to go to any homeware or hardware shops to actually buy something that can feed them. You can use old urns or cisterns and halved them, round out the edges so that the birds do not injure their feet and use one part of it as a bird bath and the other part to eat. Other little animals like squirrels which live in most people’s back gardens will also be attracted to the food! Places like pound shops as well as other cheap stores are able to sell this kind of stuff for a couple of pounds, ensuring that you can design your garden by yourself.

• If you find that there is quite a lot of waste in your back yard, you can simply ask one of your neighbours if they have a skip that they are using or alternatively drive to a place that does recycling and donate it over there. There are sometimes so many things in our back yards that don’t often let us shape a garden the way we need it to be. Once you have all this stuff out of the way, you can borrow garden shears if you do not already have a pair to be able to trim and prune the hedges, as well.

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