Clean up, blow away and rake
Start the spring-cleaning when the snow has melted and the soil has dried up a bit. Remove layers of leaves that can lead to the grass molding or decaying. Use a leaf blower or a rake. Don’t rake the lawn until it has started to grow.
Act like a buyer
Walk around your entire home's exterior with a critical eye. Take notes on what needs repairing, replacing or cleaning.
Replace overgrown bushes with leafy plants and colourful annuals. Surround bushes and trees with dark or reddish-brown bark mulch; this will give a rich feel to the yard. Potted plants are another way to add a splash of colour and can be taken with you when you move.
Mow the lawn
Remember not to cut the grass too short. With a grass level of 5-9 cm you will have a fine, sustainable lawn.
Trim the hedges
The way to get a good-looking hedge always starts with the hedge cutters. Today, hedge trimming can be smooth and easy. Trimmers that are ergonomically balanced and lighter in weight are the perfect addition to any tool shed.
Clear away weeds
Get rid of any weeds as early as possible. Also be sure to cut away withered leaves and grass from cultivated parts of the garden bed.
Trim the lawn
If you want your lawn to look really great, don’t forget to trim the edges.
Install outdoor lighting
Landscape lighting makes a huge impact on your home’s curb appeal while also providing safety and security. It isn’t unusual for potential buyers to drive by homes in the evening and lighting can provide an attractive view of your house at night.