Growing organic vegetables and fruits is both healthy and delicious and much better than produce you can get at the supermarket. So save yourself some money and grow produce from your own garden! Read on to find out how to build your own organic garden, in your own home!
Before planting seeds, soak them overnight. Place them in a cupboard or other place where they won’t be exposed to light. Simply place a handful of seeds in a container, cover the seeds up with water, and stash it away. This will allow seeds to be watered and they will get a kick start when growing. This increases the chances of survival for the seeds.
When you mow your lawn, do not mow it close to the ground. Higher grass has deeper roots, meaning a healthier lawn that will be less likely to dry out. Grass that is shorter has a root system that is easier to dry out.
Shelter your deciduous shrubs. Cold weather is very hard on these tender shrubs, and potted shrubs should be shielded and protected. Tie the tops tightly together, and cover the wigwam with a sheet or blanket draped loosely over it. This method is much better than wrapping the plant in plastic, as it allows air to circulate, which can prevent rotting.
Purchase a wheelbarrow, and a kneeling stool to use in your garden. Using a large portion of your time near or on the ground working on your garden puts a huge strain on your knees; therefore, having a portable, lightweight garden stool will greatly assist you in making gardening easier on them. You often need to move large objects from place to place, so it’s a good idea to have a sturdy, well-balanced wheelbarrow.
Don’t count the fall season out. That doesn’t have to be it though. Fall foliage provides for the most colorful season of the year. Maple trees are an autumn rainbow of crimsons to yellows, and so are beech and dogwood trees. Cotoneaster, barberry and hydrangea can provide vibrant color if you are considering shrubs for your garden.
Sensibly water your garden. You can water efficiently by using a soaker hose which will eliminate the necessity of watering each plant one by one with a nozzle, or having to use a water can that you have to refill over and over. Keeping the water pressure low on your soaking hose will help avoid harm to tender plants. Keep the water turned on for about two hours; while your plants are being watered, you will have time for other activities.
Store a few plastic bags near your garden to slip on over your dirty gardening shoes. This keeps your flow going, so you can get back out to the garden quickly and finish your work.
Use an old laundry basket to collect your produce. It makes a great strainer for your vegetables. The basket won’t be affected by the water and it will drain right off as though it were poured into a large sieve.
You will no longer have to purchase your produce. Use these suggestions listed here to produce fruit and veggies.…