Ideas and Tips:
Gardening as a hobby:
Gardening is one of the most popular hobbies of a large number of people especially those who are fond of falling in line with nature. Making friends with flowers, plants, trees, vegetables in the garden is also a useful way for people to relax, reduce stress and recover energy.
You are a person who always loves gardening, you are passionate about planting a plant properly and interested to take care of your our garden then along with your physical effort, soil, manure and gardening tools will help you to maintain your garden.
- Plants do the best if they are well suited to your growing area.
- Take some time to understand existing environmental conditions and choose the suitable plant.
- Grow plants using organic methods.
- To prevent accumulating dirt under your fingernails while you work in the garden, draw your fingernails across a bar of soap and you will effectively seal the undersides of your nails so dirt cannot collect beneath them. Then, after you have finished in the garden, use a nailbrush to remove the soap and your nails will be sparkling clean.
- Plant pungent herbs such as rosemary and sage, to keep cats out of garden.
- Companion planting is an excellent way to improve your garden
- The mixture of Soil, Coco-peat and Vermi-compost are the plant medium for planting. Proportion should be 3:1:1.
- Pot size should be convenient for the plants growth, if it’s a container gardening. Or if it’s a ground gardening pit-hole should be minimal of 1:1:1 feet.
- Drainage hole should be checked throughly, if it’s a container gardening.
- While replanting the plants should be carefully uprooted with the mother-roots of the plants.
- After planting of the plants watering is a mandatory as soon as planting is done.
- Pruning of dried and infected leaves helps the plant to grow up fast.
- Insects can’t stand plants such as garlic, onions, chives and Chrysanthemums. Grow these plants around your garden to help insects.
- Healthy soil means healthy plants that are better able to resist pests and disease, reducing the need for harmful pesticides.
- A simple five percent increase in organic material (compost) quadruples the soil ability to store water.
- Over watering is worse than under-watering. It is easy to revive a dry plant than try to dry out drowned roots.
- Keep garden vegetables from getting dirty by spreading a 1-2 inch layer of mulch around each plant