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|Posted on May 29, 2015 at 2:50 PM||comments (0)|
When it comes to organic gardening, take note that it requires a lot of patience, as well as a green thumb. You want to grow healthy and non-contaminated food that can be enjoyed by you and your loved ones. How hard can it be, right? If you want to have the most professional gardening skills you can, read the tips in this article.
Clay soil is hard and will also stick to a shovel, making it difficult to work with. To make working in clay easier, rub the shovel with floor or car wax and then buff it with a cloth. The wax will enable the clay soil to simply slide off the shovel, and will also prevent the shovel from rusting.
Think about planting your seeds in indoor pots and then transplanting them to your garden once they become seedlings. This will help the plants make it to full growth. You will then be able to lessen the time between planting your seeds. Once the fully matured plants are removed, the seedlings can be planted.
Having healthy soil in your garden will help your plants avoid insect pests. Healthy and well-nourished plants will be hardier and therefore better able to prevent pests from taking hold. Use a high-quality organic soil and as few chemicals as possible.
Use climbers to cover walls and fences. Plants that climb are extraordinarily versatile, and can help hide an unsightly wall or fence, usually within one season. They can also grow through existing shrubs or trees, or be trained to cover an arbor. Some require ties attaching them to supports, but others will attach themselves to any surface nearby. Trusted variations of climbers are honeysuckle, jasmine, clematis, wisteria and climbing roses.
Organic gardening can be a wonderful hobby that involves a love of nature, desire for healthier living, and much patience, too. This hobby enables you to grow delicious food in your own backyard. But, if you are ready to dedicate yourself and stick to the advice in this piece, you are sure to be a successful organic gardener.