7 autumn tips to prepare your garden for winter and spring

Homeowner advice,New Homes

7 autumn tips to prepare your garden for winter and spring

by on Thursday 30 November, 2017 in Homeowner advice,New Homes


As we approach the shortest days of the year, and the coldest, the last thing most homeowners will want to think about is getting out in the garden to do some clipping back or raking up the leaves that are rapidly falling.

Around this time of year gardens are starting to look a little tired, drab and in need of some colour to brighten them up. If you’ve just moved into a new-build home, the garden is a blank canvas, and it’s all too easy to put gardening off until the warmer weather arrives, but there are plenty of things to do to keep your garden looking good and to attract winter wildlife during the colder months.

Here’s our top tips…

 

Further advice for homeowners on property maintenance and other issues can be found in our useful publication, A Guide to your new home – a practical guide to looking after your new home

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