Autumn has arrived now and the leaves are turning into gold and red. It is the best time to prepare your garden for winter. This blog is all about 5 autumn tips for laying artificial grass in your garden. No doubt, with the change of every season, your artificial grass requires proper care and maintenance. Let’s read through this blog!
By following 5 autumn tips for laying artificial grass, you can make the most out of your garden.
Cleaning of Artificial Grass Garden
The first tip is to do the cleaning. You need to clean dead leaves, clean the pots and seed trays. Clearing the unwanted mess is by far the most important thing to do before planting new plants. It will ensure an inviting look on your lawn.
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The second tip we recommend is to remove the debris, trim the edges, use a weed killer if required and remove the thatch and moss. Removing the debris will make it ready for further changes you’re about to make.
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The third tip for an artificial grass garden is to plant the best plants in your garden. Go for bare plants like Hawthorn, Birch, Alder, or Wild Cherry. Spring flowering plants like daffodils, narcissus, etc. are also the best option. You can also grow vegetables like onions, and garlic to enjoy over autumn. We also recommend you to plant evergreens like camellias, holly, and sarcococca to give a green and fresh look to your autumn artificial grass garden.
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The next tip for laying artificial grass is preparing fresh compost. It is very important because compost is an organic fertilizer that helps your plants to grow. You can use old beddings from plants to make your compost heap. It will improve the soil quality.
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Maintaining your Garden Equipment
We always recommend you keep your garden tools clean as you don’t want a rusty tool for your grass maintenance. Make sure to use high-quality garden tools so you don’t have to compromise on your garden’s quality.