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|Posted on June 15, 2015 at 12:15 PM||comments (0)|
Does it always seem like the grass is greener on your neighbor's side of the fence? Has your neighbor found the secret ingredients that makes their garden an eye-catching feature? Actually, a beautiful lawn and garden can be cultivated without the use of secrets or magic. All it requires is knowledge to take proper care of plants. Read this article for the gardening advice that you need on your quest.
Your tool handles can double as measuring sticks. Tools with long handles, such as a shovel or rake, are absolutely perfect for this job, and make your workload a little bit smaller. Measure the handles with a tape measure laid out in the floor. A permanent marker can be used to label distances. This will allow you to have a ruler at your fingertips when you are working out in the garden.
If you want your garden to be off-limits to your dog, spray a scented perimeter around it using things like old perfumes or aftershave. This will mask the garden smell that is attracting your dog, and it will make it a less appealing place for your dog to visit.
You can attract the insects you need by planting heather. Heather is great for getting bees to stop by at the beginning of spring, as heather plants have nectar available early in the season. Because it is usually left alone, heather beds can become a home for spiders, beetles and other insects. Always remember this, and wear your gardening gloves if you prune your heather!
So, you can see that these suggestions are rather simple and easy to follow. Once you have a good grasp of the basics, then you are ready to put these ideas into motion in your own garden. Be sure to know the requirements of your plants, flowers and vegetables before you begin planting your garden. Do not waste time with something that does not look promising. Be patient and your garden will eventually be envied by your neighbors.