Most of us have neglected their gardens over the last few months, choosing to ignore the lawn and growing weeds and stay cosy and warm inside instead. Well, now is the ideal time to get outside and consider landscaping in the Wirral, as spring weather is well on its way.
In fact, the mercury could even hit the 20Cs within a few weeks, thanks to a ‘Portuguese pulse’ of warm air that is stretching 500 miles.
The mini-heatwave is set to begin over the next few days, with temperatures increasing to around 14C by mid-week, The Sun reported.
A forecaster from the Met Office said the weather would be “fine and dandy” from Sunday onwards, adding: “Dry and settled conditions should dominate through the end of March and into early April, bringing plenty of sunny spells across the UK, particularly in the south and east.”
This is the ideal time for good weather to hit, as Britain has been forced to go into lockdown, meaning people are only allowed to leave the house for essentials, medical purposes, travelling to and from work, and one form of outdoor exercise a day.
Therefore, those who are lucky enough to have gardens will certainly be making the most of them, spending as much time soaking up the sunshine and breathing in the fresh air outside, while still adhering to the social distancing guidelines.
It also makes for the perfect excuse to sort your garden out, from cutting back hedges and mowing the lawn to planting summer bulbs and adding some colour to your outdoor space.