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Gardening is one of the most enjoyable activities when it comes to taking care of your property. Also, it requires experience and of course, tools and equipment. Another thing you should have is time – don't forget that your garden is kind of alive and it's necessary to take time on maintaining it. Our team at Right gardeners Reading have selected the top 5 tips on How To Take care Of Your Reading Garden.

So, as you know the most important factor for having a great garden is watering. But also you shouldn't overdo it. You should keep your flowering beds evenly moist with only 1-2 times watering per week. Another significant part you should have in mind is that it's better to water your plants in the evening or early in the morning. That's because the sunlight is dimmer and the soil is cooler, as well. Also, you shouldn't wet the leaves and blossom because you can damage them. Those are some of the tips we can give you. If you have some questions about watering you can ask our friendly and kind team. 

Do you have a lawn? For those who are positive here, we give you advice on how to take care of it. It's essential to know that taking care of your lawn depends on the seasonal changes. Well, our gardeners are professionals and they can maintain it no matter that but you should know that the temperature is important to grass growth. If the temperature rises, avoid cutting the grass too short and instead leave it standing at about five centimetres, which will protect it from the sun and prevent the soil from drying out.

One of the most common problems in Reading gardens is that there are many annoying weeds you should take care of. To prevent the growth of weeds you can plant densely to minimise the space available for them to develop. And if you want to remove them you can use a weeding trowel to get the roots.

Find more great tips about taking care of your garden on our website. You can also contact our gardeners on 011 8436 0050.


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