Nature is a beautiful thing, but it can also be very annoying and damaging to your plants and greenery! If your garden has been taken over by persistent pests and furry friends but you don’t want to use harmful methods to get rid of them, we’ve got you covered.
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Greenfly all over your summer veggies or bluebottles flying around the BBQ are a real summer buzzkill. The abundance of food in our houses and gardens makes them very attractive to summer pests like flies, ants, and rodents, but there are steps you can take to minimise these unwanted visitors.
Even though we seem to be experiencing a typical British slow start to the sunny season, I’m sure it is not here to stay. Hopefully come July the temperature will get consistently warmer and your garden will be able to benefit.
In the meantime there are some things you can do ahead of the warmer weather to continue to get the most from your garden.
As the cooler months head our way it’s important to make sure your home is ready and prepared to deal with the changing climate. Most importantly you’ll also want to keep your home protected from pesky pests that understandably will be looking to set up shop in the warmth of your abode. Take the necessary steps to disallow pests and other vermin from making your home theirs.
Let’s face it. Whether you live in a new home or an older Victorian-era abode, these creatures will get in and they can be a real nuisance if they’re not caught. See some tips below to help the pesky problem.
Remember mice are very small (1-2 inches long), so even the smallest of holes can make your home accessible to them.