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Spring has Sprung. Time to Make Your Yard Shine!

Spring is here, and it's time to give your yard some much-needed attention. After a long winter, your yard may need some extra care to get it ready for the warmer months. Here are some tips for spring cleaning.

1. Remove debris

Start by removing any debris that has accumulated over the winter months. This includes fallen leaves, branches, and other debris. Rake your lawn and remove any dead foliage from your garden beds.

2. Prune trees and shrubs

Prune your trees and shrubs to remove any dead or damaged branches. This will help promote new growth and ensure that your trees and shrubs are healthy.

3. Clean up flower beds

Remove any dead plants and foliage from your flower beds, and pull any weeds that have sprouted. Add compost or other organic matter to your flower beds to help enrich the soil.

4. Mow your lawn

Mow your lawn to a height of about 2-3 inches. This will help encourage healthy growth and discourage weeds from taking hold.

5. Edge your lawn

Edge your lawn to create a defined border between your lawn and garden beds. This will help keep your lawn looking neat and tidy.

6. Clean and repair your patio or deck

Clean your patio or deck by sweeping away any debris and giving it a good scrub with a pressure washer or a mixture of warm water and soap. Repair any damaged areas, such as loose boards or cracked tiles.

7. Add mulch

Add a layer of mulch to your garden beds to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. Use a natural, organic mulch, such as wood chips or shredded leaves.

8. Clean and repair outdoor furniture

Clean your outdoor furniture with a mixture of warm water and soap, and repair any damaged areas. Add cushions or throw pillows to make your outdoor space more inviting.


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