Refreshing Your Landscape this Spring

We know that once we see even the smallest signs of the season changing from winter to spring, our minds race toward the potential of warm weather — the sights, sounds, and smells of the spring and summer months.

While it’s easy to dream about reinvigorating your landscape after a long and gray winter, it can be difficult to set realistic and attainable goals that will help you enjoy your space throughout the year to come and beyond!

Whether you’re new to your space, or you’ve been there for decades, there’s always something you can do to refresh it.

A garden refresh is attainable, sustainable and maintainable. Keep this in mind as you move forward with your own garden refresh!

This Spring, Aim for a Garden Refresh

It means that you’re aware you don’t yet know something, but you’re open to learning and trying. And, if something doesn’t go as planned, you also know you’ll figure it out. 

Growth Mindset

You don’t have to do all the things all at once. Think of the long-game and what you want to see first/soon. In pursuit of progress as you refresh your space, it’s important to set attainable goals.

Step-by-Step: Goal Setting

Remove what’s not serving you and your space. Do you have a bunch of excess garden stuff or old junk in the space? Take it to the curb, share it to a Buy Nothing group on Facebook, recycle it, etc.

Refresh Actions

Consider your landscape an extension of your home and see your outdoor spaces as rooms.

Shift your mindset!

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