I never had a garden before. I just moved and my new garden looks horrible. I can see it used to be looked after because I can see traces of the old landscape. But right now the whole thing is covered in potholes, weed, rubbish and it has been probably a playground for cats and foxes. I really do want flowers but first I would like a safe grassy place for my son to play. My question is: is it worth the trouble to clear the lawn by pulling the weeds out one by one and try to fill in the holes, or shall I just invest in a spade and dig up the whole thing and reseed it? Thanks a lot in advance.
- 17 Feb, 2011