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Five Star Bin Cleaning Feedback from Perth. I actually like my bins now. They are super clean & smell great. Don’t feel like putting rubbish in them now lol… Also it’s great to get good friendly professional service where people actually do a good a job. Thank you 🙂 Nidhi @ Perth NOR (August 2015)
Here are some top tips for garden care to go with your Super Clean Bins this Spring!!!
Does it seem like your lawn is always overgrown, weeds are taking over and those shrubs are in constant need of pruning? Is your recycling bin overflowing with garden waste each wheelie bin collection day! It doesn’t have to be this way! There are little things you can do to ensure your garden always looks good, saving you from doing all the difficult, laborious work at once. Make a few little changes to your gardening habits and you’ll have more time to relax and enjoy your outdoor area with gorgeous smelling wheelie bins 🙂
1. Just a trim
Pruning your plants regularly will prevent them from growing out of control and save you having to do annual battle. Trimming often means you only have to nip off the tips of new growth, so you won’t need to get the rake out and deal with a mass of green waste. Instead, you can just let it land on the ground, where it will turn into mulch.
Tip: If you’re trimming large foliage plants, it’s best not to use shears because they tend to cut leaves in half. The remaining leaf stubs will then brown off, leaving your plant looking a little worse for wear. You’ll get better results if you use secateurs.
2. Let it flow
Cleaning your irrigation system at least twice a year will ensure your plants get the best quality water. It removes material that has made it past the filter and settled in the lines. Simply unscrew the drip or spray outlets, flush the line, then clean the filter.
Tip: To make your own simple irrigation system, connect 20m soaker hoses using a 13mm irrigation connector and ratchet clip. Plug it in, turn upside down and cover with a layer of mulch.
3. Weed ’em out
A constant problem during the growing season, weeds should be dealt with promptly by pulling them out. Or, if necessary, spray thoroughly with a specialised weed killer as soon as they appear and before they set seed.
Tip: An area covered with plants is less likely to get weeds than bare patches of soil, so plant groundcovers or even throw down a couple of vegie seeds or seedlings on the bare spot. You may be able to harvest vegetables, too!
4. Get the dirt
Mulch is the low-maintenance landscaping hero. Spread over the soil after planting, which will hinder weed growth and prevent the soil from drying out too quickly. It also helps keep the soil cool in summer and insulates the ground in winter – the plants will love you for it!
Tip: Use organic mulch such as lucerne or sugarcane. As it breaks down, it will add nutrients to the soil.
5. A clean cut
The best thing you can do for your lawn is to mow high and often. Taking off only the blade tips makes the grass much healthier and denser. Plus, you won’t need to use a catcher – just let the cuttings add organic matter to your lawn.
Tip: Regularly check your mower blades are sharp to make sure they cut cleanly. Dull blades can shred your grass and cause discolouration at the tips, spoiling the look of your lawn.