"Cleanup Details"
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Removing debris

#1: remove branches and trash

always surprising to see how much debris and garbage accumulate after some
neglect. The first step on the list is to get all the rubbish out of the yard
and into the trash bin. Collect any sticks and branches that have fallen, and
pick up any trash, pet messes, or other debris while you’re at it. This is also
a good time to assess lawn ornaments and decor to determine if you want to keep
them or haul them away.

#2: rake leaves and debris

your rake and start pulling leaves out of your gardens, off of your walkways,
and away from the sides of your house or garage. You may find dead weeds and
other yard waste while you’re raking. Pull them up and package all the debris
in containers or bags to bring to the dump.

#3: Washoff patios and walkways

hardscapes can get pretty nasty after a while. Especially after rain and
storms, muddy water and debris pour onto walkways and patios, creating a filthy
Grab the pressure washer and go to town on the hard
surfaces. Sparkling clean walkways make your yard look instantly better.

Trimming, pruning, and edging

#4: Trim trees and bushes

and bushes add a lot of aesthetics to your yard, but they can easily become
overgrown eyesores. It’s time to trim back those beasts! Snip off any branches
that appear dead, are hovering over walkways, or are encroaching on the space
and sunlight of other plants.

#5: Prune perennials

If you
in your garden
, it may be time to prune them. Cutting back dead stems and
leaves and shortening the height of the stalks is actually beneficial for the
plant and will help it grow fuller while maintaining its health. Grab your
pruning shears and get to work cutting back these garden favorites.

#6: Use an edger to clean up walkways and gardens

probably seeing a lot of messy and overgrown lines on your gardens and
walkways. To correct the mess and give your yard a clean, pristine appearance,
grab your edger. Edge along the sides of all sidewalks and garden beds for
clean lines. Clean up any debris created with a broom or hose.

for new growth

#7: Examine your lawn

often becomes patchy and bare, whether due to lack of sunlight, repeated
traffic, or soil issues. Now that all the leaves and other debris are cleared
off of the lawn, take some time to walk around. Note the areas that seem to be
struggling to sprout new blades of grass or have a lot of dead, discolored
spots. Those are the areas you’ll need to seed and fertilize.

#8: Seed and fertilize your lawn

Grab a
rake, fertilizer, and grass seed, and get to work on your lawn. Spread grass
seed first over the lawn, paying special attention to the areas you noted when
you were examining it. Rake the lawn to get the seeds down into the soil. Then,
apply fertilizer according to the product instructions. 

#9: Remove the old mulch

is a great way to give a garden bed a facelift. It not only makes the garden
look clean and tidy, but it also preserves soil moisture and keeps weeds at
bay. Your old mulch has to be removed first, though, before laying the new
stuff. If you layer the new mulch over the old, you’ll be risking the health of
your plants. Rot can occur under all those layers, and the soil could get
starved for nutrients. Grab a shovel and a rake, and haul out the old mulch

#10: Add new mulch

the old mulch is out, We can pile in the new mulch. First, being sure to remove
any weeds that survived under the previous layer so that they don’t 
pop up
come summer

an overgrown outdoor space requires dedicated 
and landscaping
 efforts. By following the 10
simple yard cleanup tips provided, we can transform your neglected yard into a
pristine and beautiful oasis. Equipped with the necessary tools and materials,
We can effectively restore the vitality of your outdoor space. We can bring your yard
back to its former glory and create a welcoming and picturesque environment the
whole family can enjoy.