When you think about your garden, do you visualize it as something that is beautiful and all of the green areas are healthy and green? In most cases, the answer is no. In fact, most gardens suffered some form of damage during the hot summer weather. Luckily, there are some steps that you can take to repair your garden when it is suffering from damage. Here is Professional gardeners view on how to repair a damaged lawn.
What to Do When Hot Weather Damages Your Garden
If your damaged lawn has roots from the roots penetrating the ground then this will need to be removed before you can put mulch down and protect your soil. You should also check to make sure that there is no standing water in your damaged areas. Many times, if there is water under the ground then the roots will eventually rot and break down. Once you have found the source of the water leak, you can fill in the hole or remove any excess soil and clean up the affected area to prevent future problems.
Another step that you need to take when you find that your garden has been damaged by heat is to make sure that it has dried out completely. If you wait too long to let your garden dry out, then it may cause additional problems such as rot and mold. You can try to fix your damaged garden by spraying water on it and/or using fans to speed up the drying process. You should also avoid walking on your damaged garden until it has completely dried out because it can cause further damage.