A key factor in setting any garden up for healthy sustainability is the attention to potential threats and opportunities that creep up throughout the garden lifecycle. A professional gardening service always performs key checks to ensure invasive plants and or animal species aren’t propagating in your garden beds.
The challenge to each and every gardener and homeowner is to establish a natural balance between pests and predators in your garden. There are many invaluable predators you could attract to your garden to keep the pests to manageable proportions. Just by avoiding the use of pesticides to kill pests gradually encourages helpful predators to your garden. Helpful predators include chameleons, Praying Mantis, hoverflies and ladybirds , frogs, wasps, bees, bats that eat mosquitoes, lizards, centipedes and birds.