How to Do Spring Garden Cleaning

TITLE: How to Do Spring Garden Cleaning

SUBTITLE: Common Spring Garden Cleaning Chores

KW: Spring Garden Cleaning, Residential Spring Garden Cleaning


It’s springtime already! You can finally do spring garden cleaning after the winter has damaged the design of your lawn. Though cleaning your garden may take time and effort, the end results will definitely be worth it. Hence, when you’re cleaning your garden, make sure to give ample time for it.


Here are some of the things you need to do for the spring garden cleaning:


Remove fallen debris or leaves

One of the things you should do is to take out all the trash that you see in your lawn. Whether they are fallen leaves, branches, or twigs, you have to pick them up so that your lawn will look neat and in order. Once you leave them be, it will only be an obstacle to your lawn, leaving your lawn less aesthetically pleasing to look at.


Plant seeds indoors first

Even if winter has passed already, there’s still a possibility that the soil is not ideal for your plants to be placed. Why so? Because the soil may still not be in good condition for growing plants. If you want to plant seedlings, have it planted in a bed first and give them the adequate nutrients they need. Once the soil is already good for planting, you can now transfer them outside your lawn.


Cut or trim the plants

During the winter, people less likely have the time to maintain their lawn due to the weather condition. But since it’s springtime already, you can now cut or trim the plants and your lawn to bring back its beautiful features again. That way, your lawn will look neat and clean, and your landscape will regain its aesthetic look.


Whenever you need professional residential spring garden cleaning, don’t forget to contact Armando Landscaping Inc at (857) 829-7114. I’m happy to serve clients in Malden, MA and in other neighboring areas.