Does it always seem like the grass is greener on your neighbor’s garden put yours to shame? You may believe that your neighbor has a secret strategy for a perfect garden. The truth is there’s no horticulture “secret”. All it takes is knowledge on how to take care of your garden’s plants. You can start your search for information by checking out the gardening in this article.
This boosts the chance that your plants can survive to adulthood. It also allows you have tighter control over the planting periods in your garden. Your next crop of seedlings will be ready to be planted immediately after you remove your old mature plants.
You don’t need a costly chemical solution to deal with powdery mildew on plants. Mix a little liquid soap and some baking soda into water. Spray this on your plants every week and the mildew disappears. This is a natural solution for ridding your plants and the mildew will go away slowly.
Transfer your favorite plants indoors to rescue them from the winter. You may be able to save your most valuable varieties. Dig carefully around their roots and transfer the plants to a pot.
Pre-soak seeds through the night in a dark place. This will allow your seeds a head start when growing. The seeds will be better able to survive and surviving.
You could also try to offend the cats sense of smell with orange rinds or placing citrus fruit peels around your garden.
Make sure you protect any tender deciduous shrubs are protected. Tie these canes at the top, and loosely cover the wigwam with a blanket or sheet. This is better than using plastic to wrap the plant, because it will allow air to circulate.
If you’re going to grow peas, start them indoors before putting them outdoors in your garden. The seeds will have a better in your home if planted there first. They will also be healthier and hardier, and better equipped to resist disease and insects. You will be able to transfer the seedlings outside after they become better established.
Most of these tips are easy to apply in your own setting. You simply need to know some basic approaches and then you can carry those techniques into your garden. Pay close attention to your plants as you try each method to see how they respond. If a method does not provide good results, try other methods. Be patient and eventually you’ll have a garden that your neighbors will envy.