The autumn season often seems like the most leisurely period of the year, especially with its mellowed fruitfulness. But it’s actually quite a hectic time, particularly for property owners that maintain a lawn or garden. There are so many tasks to stay on top of – leaves need to be raked, perennials need to be tidied up, and it’s a must to keep an eye out for diseased branches and leave.
All these tasks for autumn gardening can be quite overwhelming. Before tackling them, it’s good to work out an “attack plan.” This will streamline the process and ascertain that you’re able to cover everything in a much easier manner.
For your attack plan, one of the things you need to prepare is a checklist. Having a list will allow you to group tasks together properly so you can create a schedule that’s thoroughly efficient.
To help you streamline your autumn gardening, here are the tasks that your autumn gardening checklist should include:
Tidy all the beds.
Mow the lawn.
Check the pH level of your lawn.
Spread organic fertiliser and compost.
Plant perennials and bulbs.
Clean gardening containers and tools.
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