Preparing your Gabriel Ash greenhouse for spring

Gabriel Ash offer a wide range of greenhouses, from impressive designs for large gardens to smaller, attractive lean to designs. If you are looking for a stunning design to add to your garden in time for spring then the Western Red cedar wood design is a great choice. Attractive and rot resistant, the Western Red cedar wood design is sure to keep your plants and garden at their best all year round.

Whatever type of spring plants that you are planning to grow, you will need to ensure that the atmosphere within your greenhouse is just right. Petunias and marigolds are just a few of the popular choices for spring, but you will need to provide them with everything they need in order for them to thrive during the spring season.

Clearing out your greenhouse for any new plants will help you to prepare for spring. Any leftover dead plants should be removed and you will need to clean the panes of glass on your greenhouse to ensure that your plants have access to plenty of sun. Popular spring plants, such as marigolds, require plenty of sunlight in order to thrive.

As spring draws nearer, the weather will grow warmer and your plants will require plenty of water. Making room for useful tools such as watering cans and other small garden items in your greenhouse will make it easier for you to care for your plants. Removing any old pots or seed trays will help to create space for a variety of new spring plants.

As spring grows nearer, you may experience problems with garden pests, such as slugs, which will damage your plants if not kept at bay. Throwing out any old pots and avoiding cluttering your greenhouse will help to reduce the risk of pesky insects. When opting for insect repellents choose an organic spray or research other organic methods of pest removal. Opting for organic methods will help to keep the atmosphere of your greenhouse healthy for your spring plants.

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