We’ve all had the experience of seeing a garden with weeds, overgrown shrubs, long wild grass, trash everywhere and damaged household equipment’s such as a microwave oven, bedspread, washing machine or a damaged toilet throwed away in the area. Did you ever think to yourself – “what a dump! – what type of people live here?” This is why in early days, property owners would invest lots of your energy and time in maintaining their lawns in great health and cut especially during summer season. They would keep their beds weeded and they would have eye-catching flowers and trimmed shrubs and hedges. It is not about ‘keeping up with the Jones’s’. It is about improving ourselves and taking pleasure in our living space – the same way you would dress well, be bathed and groomed when going out into the world.
There is a Feng Shui part to gardening. If our gardens are in bad condition, that shows up our own achievements in life. In the same way, our houses should be well-functioning and well organized for us to be able to focus while to be able to entice prosperity and achievements into our lives. Gardening also keeps us healthier and there are so many tasks to do throughout – that actually if you consistently did these tasks in your own lawn, it would keep you fit and in excellent condition without ever having to go to the gym or expensive home gym equipment that you may use once and then store away in your cupboard. Your garden is out there awaiting you to connect with it. You will reward it with your energy. It will reward you back with beauty. But if you don’t know what type of work should be done, don’t worry, this article will offer you with some suggestions. In order to have a clean, healthier garden, there are many steps that should be taken in each season.