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|Posted on July 4, 2015 at 10:17 AM||comments (0)|
Is your neighbor's grass really greener than the grass your side of the fence? You might think your neighbor has got a magic formula to their lovely garden. To be honest, it's not that hard to get a lovely looking garden. A little education is all you need to get better at gardening. You can begin your quest for knowledge by reading this article for some gardening advice.
Make a plan for your garden. Use this to remind you where certain things were planted, later when they start sprouting. It's also a good way to keep smaller plants from getting swallowed up by the rest of your garden.
The best way to start a garden is from first principles: seeds. Not only is this more of an effective method for gardening, but it's also more environmentally-friendly. Seeds eliminate the waste of plastic containers from nurseries which rarely get recycled. There are some nurseries, however, that send their plants out in organic potting materials.
When gardening outdoors, you must always wear sunscreen and appropriate attire; this will help to protect you from sun damage. Choose hats with overlapping brims, don those sunglasses and smear on the sunscreen. Protecting yourself from the sun will lower the possibility of sunburn and skin cancer.
To attract the right kind of insects, plant heather. Heather is quite alluring to bees; when spring comes along, it provides the bees with a source of nectar early. Spiders, ground beetles and other insects helpful to your garden tend to live in a heather bed, because heather beds are generally undisturbed. Keeping this is mind, you need to wear gloves when you prune your heather!
As you can see, the tips in this article are easy to implement. You just need some basic education on gardening techniques, then you can put that education to good use. Monitor the response of your plants when you apply these tips. If one thing fails, give another a go. Your neighbors will envy your garden if you practice patience.