Halloween is fast approaching, and this is possibly the only time of year where we need to truly care about what our front garden looks like. With families from across your neighbourhood visiting your home, seeing your front garden whilst out trick or treating.
So, how can you get your front garden Halloween ready? Firstly you want to consider the whole appearance of your front garden. If you’ve got a lawn, have you cut it and made it look presentable? If you’ve got bushes or shrubs, have you trimmed these so they are not overgrown and annoying people as they visit? Completing these small tasks before Halloween evening will be the best to keep your garden looking presentable for those trick or treating in your neighbourhood.
Next up you want to think about the decorations you are going to use. The decorating is the main part that entices people to come to your home to trick or treat. So, think about how you are going to decorate your home. Do you want to go all out or is a simple pumpkin the way for you? Knowing how you want to decorate will help you to design an effective plan for your front garden this Halloween. You will need to consider the space you have, where things can be placed, and what audience you want to aim your house at. Will it have a theme to follow, or is anything spooky or scary allowed?
Having a presentable front garden for Halloween is key. You want your garden to be presentable. Even if people may not be able to see all of the details as trick or treating takes place during the dark evening. You want to know you have made an effort and will not be disappointed in yourself for the quality of your garden.