Gardens are impeccable things to have in your compound. Once you have one, you get to enjoy the peace and tranquillity that comes with it. Furthermore, gardens can also be a great source of food. An orchard also works the same way. The only difference is that orchards are mainly used to grow fruit. All in all, both of these spaces need the utmost care. In essence, proper care is essential for ensuring that they are clean, and the plants are healthy.
So the big question is how you keep your garden and orchard clean and healthy. Well, that is what we are going to tackle here.
Different Activities Used in Cleaning Orchards and Gardens
The first thing you need to be conversant with is how to clean your orchard/garden. Here there are different activities that take place during cleaning.
1. Removal of Dead Plants
Sometimes your plants may get attacked by pests or diseases. This and many other reasons will make you encounter dead plants in your garden/orchard. When you come across such a thing, make sure you pick them up and remove them from the garden/orchard. It helps in making the area look tidy and clean.
2. Weed Control
One of the biggest threats to your garden is weeds. They not only make your garden look untidy, but they contribute largely to the death of your plants. That is why you should always put in place measures to control/eliminate them. One of the most effective ways of doing this is by pulling them out.
3. Edging Garden Beds
Sometimes, grass has a way of creeping into your orchard/garden beds. This then makes the garden look unclean and untidy. Therefore you should always take time to edge your orchard/garden from time to time. This goes a long way in getting rid of the stray grass.
How to Keep Plants Healthy
Keeping your plants healthy is also integral in maintaining your garden/orchard. With this, you also get to enjoy the benefits that come with having a garden. Here is how you can keep your garden healthy.
1. Watering Your Plants
It is a known fact that plants need water to survive. However, watering plants is not as straightforward as you may think. There are certain ways of watering your plants. Using proper watering mechanisms plays very important roles in your garden. One of them is preventing the spread of diseases that thrive in water. Using a soaker hose will help you in such instances. All in all, you should always know that watering plants is done consistently.
2. Choose and Site Plants Correctly
You should always choose plants that are appropriate for your site. Let us say, for example, you take a plant that loves sunlight and put in and zone with a lot of shade. It will grow poorly and get attacked by diseases very easily. To prevent this, choose the sites you put your plants appropriately.
The Rubbish that Remains After Garden/Orchard Maintenance
Some of the most common trash items here include;
Twigs- these are trash items obtained after cutting the woody shoot of a branch
Dried Leaves- these are leaves that have dried up due to inadequate supply of water.
Cuttings- These are the items that you have been cut up from the plants and trees in the garden.
Grass- you mostly encounter grass waste in your garden after mowing.
Large Branches- are obtained by cutting the parts of huge trees that hold the leaves.
What to do with the Rubbish
1. Make a Compost Heap
A great way of getting rid of the waste you find in the garden is using it to make a compost heap. Twig, dried leaves, and grass are some of the frequently used items used here. When the compost heap is ready, you can use it as manure. This helps your plants grow and develop properly.
2. Haul it Away
Sometimes the items you find on the garden are not decomposable. This means that they cannot be used in making a compost heap. The best thing at this point is setting them on the curbside and letting the garbage company haul them away.
There is a lot that goes into taking care of your garden. Therefore, you need to dedicate your time and effort to cleaning and maintaining it. There is also another option if you are not up for this. You can hire Paul’s Rubbish Removal.
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