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Stumps can cause walkways to collapse: Stump roots are well-known for causing ground-level issues including uneven pavements. A bulging walkway is not only unsightly, but if someone stumbles on your uneven concrete, you might rapidly find yourself in legal trouble. It’s known as Bulky Gardening. We’ll get rid of any stump, no matter how big it is. A tree stump may appear to be harmless at first glance, but a closer examination reveals that it is anything but. Pests such as carpenter ants, termites, beetles, wood wasps, and others are attracted to tree stumps. Termites that it invites may relocate to your home, and wood wasps can rapidly put a stop to a backyard barbecue. For experienced stump grinding in Dublin, contact Bulky Gardening.
Use good quality peat-free potting compost for temporary displays. For shrubs and perennials which will stay in the same compost for a while, choose one with soil in it or add your own. Plants in containers need regular watering, so ask a helpful neighbour to take care of them when you’re away. The arrival of blossom is one of many things we love about spring. Even if you have a small garden, you can create an eye-catching display of spring blossom. The key to success is choosing the right size trees or shrubs for the space you’ve got. You can buy bare-root trees and shrubs between November and March or in containers all year round. It’s best to plant them in autumn or early spring.
We address all tree planting requirements, from small saplings to mature trees and spectacular quick hedges, whether you want to add additional colour to your yard, add a new hedgerow border, or have a tree planted for a particular event. We can help you decide which tree to plant in your yard based on the soil compatibility, light, ground condition, wind exposure, drainage, and competition from nearby trees. Taking all of information into consideration, we may select a good tree for the site. To ensure that only the best trees are planted, we obtain both bare-root trees and trees that have already been grown from the best suppliers. Find additional information at https://bulkygardening.ie/.
After clearing and cutting back the borders, which often seems to take into November at least, it’s a good time to spread a mulch to help the more tender plants through the winter and to improve the organic structure of the soil. If your garden has deciduous trees, it is worth saving the leaves to make leaf mould, which is an excellent mulch for the garden and when sieved, makes good compost. It is easy to make a pen; just mould chicken wire into a bin with a stake in each corner to give structure. Rake up and pile the leaves in and they will rot down over the gardening year, ready to spread on borders as mulch following winter/spring. You can tell when it’s ready, as it will be well rotted and crumbly. If you have no space, you can store in bin bags, but it is important to put holes in to allow the air, otherwise it will become a slimy mess.