How To Improve Your Garden This Spring

31 March 2022

Spring is here, and it is time to get back in the garden! If you are looking to improve your garden this year, here are some tips to help you get started.

Add fertilizer: An excellent way to improve your garden is to add fertilizer. This will help your plants grow strong and healthy. Be sure to read the instructions on the fertilizer carefully, as too much can be harmful.

Mulch: Adding mulch to your garden can also help improve it. Mulch helps keep the soil moist, prevents weeds from growing, and adds nutrients to the ground.


  1. If you have the space, consider adding a conservatory to your garden. This will give your plants a place to grow, ready for colder months.
  2. If you already have a conservatory, implement some spring cleaning tips to get it ready for the new season.
  3. Test the windows and doors for draughts and leaks, reseal the windows and doors and roofing and give those windows a good polish with glass cleaner so you can look out in summer at all your hard work.

Pests: One of the biggest challenges gardeners face is pests. Be sure to take steps to prevent pests from invading your garden, and if they do, be sure to take action quickly to get rid of them.

Plan ahead: Planning ahead is essential when it comes to gardening. Decide what plants you want in your garden and plan accordingly. This will help make sure you have enough room for everything and plant the right plants in the right places.

Water wisely: It is essential to water your garden wisely, especially during the hot summer months. When it is cooler, make sure to water early in the morning or late in the evening. This will help ensure that your plants get enough water without wasting any.

With these tips in mind, you can help improve your garden this spring and enjoy all of your labour’s fruits (and vegetables)! If you would like to find a qualified professional to install your conservatory and offer a free quote, use our handy find an installer tool for friendly reliable experts in your area.