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|Posted on June 5, 2015 at 3:56 PM||comments (0)|
A green thumb and a great deal of patience is needed to take on the hobby of organic gardening. Gardening is a hobby which can grow healthy produce that is pesticide free. However, organic gardening can seem quite daunting, especially if you do not possess the proverbial green thumb. Read on for suggestions on what you will need to start gardening like a pro.
Plant ever-bearing strawberries for your children in the organic garden. For kids, there are few things as fun as picking fruit fresh from the garden. Your children will be much more interesting in helping out if they know they'll get to enjoy some tasty strawberries.
One way to encourage an organic garden to be sustainable and healthy is to put aside a section to stay undeveloped, thus encouraging wildlife to approach it. A natural area will allow beneficial birds and insects, many of which pollinate plants, to live on your property and help your garden grow stronger.
If you are growing plants inside of your home, you need to keep the thermostat set to 65 to 75 degrees during the day. The temperature needs to remain warm so they may grow. If this is a little too warm for your house, grow your organic plants under a heat lamp.
Plastic bags can be kept on hand and reused to slip over your dirty gardening shoes. You'll be able to keep your momentum going without needing to take off your shoes, and stay on track with your gardening project.
Space is very important when you plant an organic garden. It can be easy to underestimate how much space your plants will need once they begin growing. You will also need to ensure that you allow ample space around full-grown plants for air circulation. Plant the plants appropriately when it comes to spacing the seeds.
The hobby of organic gardening will take dedication, patience and a little bit of help from Mother Nature. However, the tastiness of the produce you grow will be a reward in itself. You can be a successful, effective organic gardener by using this information and working hard.