7 Ways To Declutter Your Garden

The idea of making your life easier by decluttering your house has been popular for some years, but this is the first time that I have seen it suggested that you can apply the same techniques to your garden. And there is no reason why not since once the task has been completed you will be left with more time to relax and enjoy your newly decluttered space. These seven tips come from an article by Lauren Dunec Hoang which I found on the Houzz website.

Chances are you’ve heard of Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo and her bestselling book on how to declutter your home. Her organizing tips, origami-like shirt-folding methods and philosophy of keeping only objects that spark joy have fueled a worldwide home-decluttering craze. But what about gardens?

Outdoor spaces can just as easily become cluttered with tools, broken pots, plants that should have been pitched and a mishmash of outdoor accessories. For a fresh start, let’s take a look at how to put seven lessons from the KonMari Method to work outside and, ultimately, open up more time to enjoy the garden.

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