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|Posted on July 18, 2015 at 6:42 AM||comments (0)|
There isn't a better time than now to get it started. You may have many questions and concerns about initiating this, but rest assured that the following paragraphs will give you the answers you seek. Included here is advice that will assist you with your gardening dreams.
Brighten your garden with biennials and annuals. Fast growing biennials and annuals will brighten a garden and permit you to change looks from one season to another. They are very helpful when trying to fill in gaps between shrubs and perennials in an area that is sunny. There are plenty of varieties including petunia, marigold, cosmos, sunflower, hollyhock, and rudbeckia.
When gardening, beware of stink bugs and other insects, particularly in the autumn. They like to feast on all kinds of fruits, as well as peppers, tomatoes, and beans. If left unattended, your garden could be ravaged by these bugs, so you need to proactively keep their population under control.
Be sure to do some weeding on a regular basis. Weeds can take a promising garden and turn it into a shell of its potential. To aid in this venture, you might want to use white vinegar. White vinegar will kill those pesky weeds. A spray solution is much easier to apply than to rid your garden of weeds by hand.
Deciduous shrubs need protection from the cold. Tender shrubs are very sensitive to cold weather, especially those that are planted in pots. Tie the tops of the canes together; then take a sheet and cover the wigwam loosely. This method is much better than wrapping the plant in plastic, as it allows air to circulate, which can prevent rotting.
Hopefully, you are now much better equipped for your gardening endeavor. You though you had mad skills before. Now you have insane skills! The tips in the article should have set you on the right path to having a great garden and growing like the professionals.