It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Summer’s been busy! I moved into a house (rental) the end of June and have embraced my new garden. I was considering using someone like Treequote to develop a tree service plan that meets my needs. But then I decided that I could sort everything out myself. I’ve been holding off on fully decking it out though. My thumb isn’t the greenest just yet, and I don’t have a lot of tools or even a shed to put them in! I’ve been told it’s important to find the right shed before you buy though, so I’m holding out on that until I find the perfect fit for my fruitful space.
Speaking of, the lemon tree produces too many lemons to keep up with. I can only make so much lemonade! There’s a peach tree, nectarine tree, apple tree, fig tree, and walnut tree too. After we moved in, I re-planted our strawberry and tomato plants and added some annuals to the flower beds for pops of color.
Whilst having my own garden is amazing, there’s quite a lot of maintenance that needs to be done quite regularly through summer. Not only do I have to find time to look after all of these fruit trees, I also need to make sure the trees are trimmed regularly and the grass is regularly fertilized to keep it healthy. There’s not enough time in the day! That’s why my friend told me about this company (https://www.lawncare.net/service-areas/texas/) she used not long ago. They were able to help her with her garden maintenance, allowing her more time to work and focus on other things. That’s worth keeping in mind, just in case the garden becomes too much. Anyway, hopefully I can look after my garden!