Backyard improvement

If your yard landscaping appears more like a junk yards of sorts, then you might want to go and do something about it. People give a lot of importance to the way your home and garden look. Think of the impression that you got whenever you visited someone else’s house, and how that has formed your opinion of him or her. So go create that Paradise of a garden. If you ever wanted to know how to clean up your yard… here are all the greatest time saving strategies that also make it more fun!

Too lazy? Get a landscaper. But I suggest you man up and get to work!

Start with a old fashion cleaning up. I personally always use a pressure washer. I recommend you get the best gas pressure washer you can get your hands on.

Tip 1.

Some parts of your garden are probably underutilized. It might be overgrown, full of waste or just impractical. You can repurpose your yard so that it actually suits your lifestyle – always providing you with a a comfortable place to benefit
from the sunshine and fresh air. Using decorative elements can also help to give a destination to a specific area.

Tip 2.

Try sprucing up your yard with facilities that create an inviting ambiance. Good lighting for example is a nice way to make your garden nice and cosy And you won’t have to go inside as soon as the sun sets.
Nothing sets the atmosphere of your yard like the soothing sound of flowing water. So why not get a nice little fountain of sorts? With the right ambiance in your yard, you’ll be able to remodel your outside space into a calming haven that you, your family and pals, will get a lot of pleasure from.

Tip 3.

Don’t forget to invest in nice and comfortable chairs or a bench et cetera. Big areas can handle the bulky look of a farmhouse table or a big metal bench. In smaller areas, wicker chairs, or a small bench with pillows make the area feel open and welcoming.

Seedling Pots

Seedlings are fragile. They need all the help they can get. Which is why I have listed three cool gardening tricks to help make your seedlings thrive.

Eggshell seedling pot

This is certainly one of the coolest gardening tricks I have ever seen. Every gardener needs some seedling pots and a super portable pot can be made of eggshells. Just empty a few eggs and use the eggshells as a seedling pot. The eggshell pot adds high quality calcium, magnesium etc. to the soil. This will help make your seedlings grow strong roots giving them a bigger chance to survive the transportation to the garden – the phase that is most risky for many plants.

Citrus seedling pot

Much the same as with the eggshell pot, you can carve out a large lemon to make a cool citrus peel seedling pot. The citrus peel helps to regulate the acidity level of the soil. And acidity levels are important, as you may know.

Paper pots

Plastic is bad, basically. So why not use an environment friendly alternative instead? But perhaps the citrus peel and eggshell pots are too much hassle for you? Then perhaps you should try making paper pots. You can use coffee filters or just normal paper. It is actually really simple. Read detailed instructions here.