But before you sink into your garden lounge chair with your favourite cup of coffee you may need to get your hands dirty and work on your garden to make it spruce up in its full green glory! Here are a few green gadgets and gizmos that can actually help your garden this spring:
1. Gadgets to ward off intruders in the gardenWhile birds may bring the wondrous chirping to your garden’s landscape, you may not want these feathered friends or some annoying pests to eat away the seeds you have planted into the soil. It is difficult to keep an eye on these little intruders all the time. This is where electronic sensor driver owls can help you. These gadgets look like owls and give a threatening stare to predators when their sensors beep a threat at a distance.
2. Gadgets to light up your garden landscape
Find lanterns that only light up your green space but also act as mosquito repellents saving you from the unwanted itch. It is a good idea to use LED lights to light up your garden paths. Use the waterproof variety to light up the garden pond or waterfall and make your garden come alive in the silence of the night.
3. Gadgets that help you enjoy the birds in your gardenPutting a bird bath or birth feeders in the garden may be dangerous as you may end up over tripping over them. Use the hanging variety readily available in the market. The height of these bird resting places also gives you a better view of these sky creatures.
There are also auto feeders available in the market that allow you to decide when and how much you want to feed the winged visitors.
If you are a bird watcher, you must install bird photo booths in your garden that allow you to click pictures of the different variety of birds as they eat from the feeder or play in the bath.
4. Watering Gadgets and Gizmos
If you have hanging plants, you can use a 50-foot coiled hose & wand set that can help you water your plants placed at a height without getting wet.
An environment friendly green gadget tip is to use water- efficient super nozzles variety that uses almost half the amount of water than the old style pistol nozzle.
While technology can provide some relief to the gardeners, it is said that the garden needs the gardener’s shadow and his (or her) sweat to prosper. So get your gardening gloves on and let your family enjoying your beaming green paradise this spring!