ENSURE your weed is as green as possible this summer with a simple 2-ingredient spray using products you already have.
Enjoy a pest-free garden by making your own two-ingredient insecticidal soap you have at home.
This product protects the lawn from aphids and spider mites that can ruin a garden.
All you need is vegetable oil, unscented dish soap and a spray bottle.
Mix 1 cup vegetable oil with 1 tablespoon unscented dish soap.
For every cup of water you add to the spray bottle, add 2 teaspoons of the oil and soap mixture.
Use the spray bottle to evenly coat the grass and leaves of your plants.
Speedy’s Matthew Clague has shared his advice on how to prepare for the summer season and bring your outdoor and garden spaces back to life.
Clague suggests starting with color.
An inexpensive way to transform a room, a single can of paint can go a long way in touching up sheds, fences and furniture.
“Before you apply paint, make sure the surface is dry and brush off dust and dirt,” Clague said.
If you have 20 euros to spare, you can buy a pair of aerator shoes that you can use to easily poke holes in your lawn.
Aeration allows water, air and nutrients to reach the grass roots of your lawn, resulting in healthier grass.
Slip on a pair of aerating shoes and take a walk on the lawn for some cardio and to improve the condition of your lawn.
Leveling uneven soil can be done at any time of the year, but gardening experts at The Daily Express reported that it’s best to start in spring.
Start with smaller bumps (less than 1 inch) and simply press down firmly with your foot.
If you have holes made by animals, fill them with topsoil, squeezing the soil with your foot to create a solid surface.
Make sure you water the areas well to encourage new grass growth and create a seamless finish.
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