Slugs and snails eating flowers and vegetables present an issue for most gardeners in the winter time and some plants and lawn can even suffer from too much winter rain, as well as thistle weeds. Heavy foot traffic over the warmer months can result in areas of the lawn becoming warn and compacted. To solve this problem, aerate your lawn by pushing a garden fork into the ground (about half way down the tines) in 30cm interval
WHAT PRODUCTS ARE BEST TO LOOK AFTERGARDENSAND LAWNS DURING WINTER?
Seasol is a plant tonic that can be applied to lawns andgardenbeds all year round to promote good root development and improve plant performance. Mulches such as pine bark or lupin mulch will assist in preventing weeds from sprouting.
While many people think of winter as the 'off season' for gardening, it's actually the perfect time to get out there and get your garden ready for spring.
Your garden needs plenty of love throughout winter to help it survive the cold, inevitable periods of heavy rain as well as dry spells and a reduced amount of sunshine.