If you’ve gone the DIY route and don’t use a professional lawn care company, you may be wondering how the pros keep weeds from popping up. These nuisances not only threaten to kill your existing plant life, but they just aren’t great to look at. Luckily, we here at Rhine Landscaping hate weeds enough that we’re willing to share some of our tips to keep weeds out of your garden.
Cultivating the Soil
If you frequently redistribute your garden’s soil, it’ll actually prevent weeds from growing. It may seem tedious to move soil around, but it’ll benefit the growth of your plants in the long run. Give it a try!
We know, we know, pulling weeds is tedious and annoying. The fact is, it works. Manually pulling out weeds is the easiest way to remove unwanted garden weeds. Hey, if you don’t want to do it, hire some neighborhood kids to get rid of the pests for you!
This spring is a great time to redesign your garden. While you’re at it, put down a nice bag of mulch. Not only will it cultivate your plant life, it’ll also impede weeds from growing quickly. Throwing down mulch is a lot of hard work but it’ll bring a freshness to your garden that you’ve never seen before!
If you’re at your wit’s end, you may want to try using plastic. Just cut holes where you want your actual plants to grow. The plastic will keep weeds from sprouting up and ruining your beautiful garden.
This may be a last ditch effort for some people. Herbicides can be used to control weed growth, but be sure you pick one out that’s safe for your garden.
Professional Landscape Design for Your Home
Rhine Landscaping has the tools to make your yard beautiful throughout the year, so trust us with all of your landscaping and poolscaping needs. We have the expertise and knowledge to complete any and all of the landscaping projects on your list. For more information about our services, visit us online or give us a call at (410) 442-2445. For more tips on how to keep your yard and pool looking great year round, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Houzz.