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|Posted on February 26, 2015 at 5:16 PM||comments (0)|
Consider gardening as a hobby with many benefits and rewards. It doesn't matter if you grow beautiful flowers or mouth-watering veggies, the act of growing something is rewarding. Learn how much water your vegetables and flowers need and be sure you plant them in the right kind of soil. Follow some of the advice contained in this article for further ideas of things you should know.
Clay soil can be very hard to work with, and you will often find that it sticks to the shovel. Get better results in clay by rubbing car wax or floor wax onto the shovel, then buff off and dig. The clay will slide off of its surface and it will prevent rust.
Transform your gardening tool handles into clever measurement rulers. Tools with long handles, such as rakes, hoes, and shovels can be converted into handy measuring sticks. Lay the handles of said tools on the ground where it is flat and there is no interference, such as gravel, and stretch a measuring tape along one side. Label the distances on the handle with a marker pen that will not smear or fade away. This will allow you to have a ruler at your fingertips when you are working out in the garden.
Plant annuals and biennials to make your flower beds brighter. These biennials and annuals are fast-growing, and they allow you to brighten up your flower bed with a change for each season. Sunny areas in the middle of shrubs and perennials can be filled in nicely with these plants. Notable collections include sunflower, marigold, hollyhock, rudbeckia, cosmos, and petunia.
In conclusion, gardening is a fun hobby to have. The benefits of gardening can be seen in every flower or vegetable that grows. By using a few of the recommendations presented above, you can turn your garden into a mini paradise on earth and impress your friends with your new-found horticultural knowledge.