Easter is nearly upon us and if your family regularly go out to hunt for gifts left by the Easter bunny, you may want to do some garden diy.
One of the most important things you will need to do if you have small children running around in their bare feet all over your lawn is to remove any weeds.
Among the last things you want to see when the kids are out looking for eggs are thistles and sharp stems. You can either hire some tools to remove these potential dangers, or employ some chemical warfare, with many sprays available on the market.
However, another great idea could be to rethink your garden landscaping. There are plenty of additions you could include in your backyard.
Why not add some pavers or build a vegetable patch? You will still need to keep an eye on the weeds, but they might be easier to tackle in paved areas and gardens.
Veggie patches can also be a great educational tool for children, and the Easter bunny will love the carrots too. Let your children give you a helping hand and they can learn skills to last them a lifetime.
Not to mention, you can plant plenty of goodies that will go down a treat in lunchboxes and on the dinner table.