Whether we consider a tiny garden with just a few plants or a garden masterpiece that has been crafted as a result of large landscaping design being implemented by one of the experts from www.landscapersnetwork.org, there is something which they both have in common, and that is they are likely to be attacked by pests and bugs, just ask your landscaper.
It is often the bane of any gardener who has lovingly spent the time and effort to ensure all the flowers, trees, bushes, or shrubs that are planted in their garden are thriving, only to see them afflicted due to bugs undoing all that gardener’s good work.
One huge problem that arises from all this is that the number of different bugs that inflict damage on a garden is immense. This means that often having dealt with one unwanted pest a gardener sees another taking up residence in their garden. The key point here is that they should never give in, and simply accept that dealing with bugs is going to be a continuous process.
If this sounds like an issue you are dealing with then here are some tips to help you deal with unwanted bugs in your garden.
Constantly Monitor Your garden
If you have ever heard the term ‘Nip it in the bud’, then what you have is a phrase whose origin comes directly from gardening albeit it relates to frost rather than bugs. Nevertheless, with a definition that means stopping something early on, by constantly monitoring your garden for signs of bugs and pests, you are more to prevent them from becoming a serious problem.