4 Ideas to Help with a Garden Makeover
Let’s start with the Storage. First, you will need to have some kind of storage unit to put the hoses, shovels, watering can, and other garden tools in like this versatile storage unit. All the garden tools need a place to go. Also make sure it is made from a low-maintenance plastic which will not rust, dent, or peel, ensuring that your contents are kept dry and ventilated. I like that you can open from the top if you just want to grab something real quick or open the front doors to pull things out.
Clean up around the yard and garden. Gather all the leaves, pick the dead flowers, and pull up the weeds then put all the yard clippings in this pop up leaf bin. This will help clear out a lot of clutter that is just laying around the yard. I bet you will notice a big difference when you get all the yard waste up. Maybe make this a weekly chore for the kids. Give them some gloves and this bin and see who can fill it up the fastest.
Put all Garden items in one area. What about all those garden tools, plant food, weeding tools that are too small to fit into a big storage unit. Maybe try this Garden Utility Shed to store all the little things you want for the garden. This will keep all the garden accessories dry and all in one place. Stop looking around the yard for the gardening tools. Plus it makes the yard look nice if things are put where they belong. Make sure to store this unit by the garden so it is easy to grab what you need.
Store away items you don’t use all the time. You also can reduce the clutter by storing away all the winter equipment in a Storage Unit. You will need that a storage unit that is tall and able to store a lot. This will help the yard look it’s best.
When you get all your garden tools and accessories put away in the above storage items then invite the family over for unveiling and BBQ!