Get Your Garden in Order after Halloween
Posted on Nov 1 2011 at 09:15:50 AM in Hobby
No matter if you are a gardener by vocation or it is just a hobby, your garden might have had a Halloween turnover. Once the celebrations are over your yard needs some care. Here is how to get your garden in order after Halloween.
If you are a prankster yourself, you know what you can find in your garden on the morning after Halloween. Toilet paper all around, some pumpkins, glitter and spare costume parts, this is the mildest evil that can happen. Let's get down to after Halloween cleaning now.
If you can find the time to ask gardening services London for advice on effective garden restoration, they would kindly respond and give you first class treatment. There are many things you can do by yourself, though.
Check your car first as this may take you more time than you expect. Kids like throwing eggs at whatever comes in their way, so your car might have had an egg polish. It is too late to apply waxing paste, now you need to clean it. Your car is probably in front of your garden, you cannot hide it from sight, if you don't have a garage. You should clean it now, while the cover is still fresh. Egg shells are the worst menace, remove them, throw them away. They cause scratches and you won't risk doing this to your wind shield, will you? Rinse the car with warm water, use a hose. For all stubborn egg stains use a soft towel dipped in a solution of equal parts vinegar and water. Blot well and them wipe with a clean cloth. Hopefully, no egg traces will be left.
Toilet paper trees are another Halloween prank. It is ok to try to remove the paper now, but don't leave this decoration to linger as rain will make it even more spooky. Get the paper off the tree and collect it in a box. Use garden clearance London if you have difficulties getting decorations away from rose bushes and other plants. Don't risk ruining your garden, call professionals instead.
Gardening is with priority now, as Christmas is coming soon, and you will need some proper decorations.