The Best DIY Guide to A Great Garden



The Best DIY Guide to A Great Garden 11

The Best DIY Guide to A Great Garden 11



A great garden has to have many small functional things that work with each other. Most times people find themselves having small components of their perfectly done but still have a dull garden overall because some of the key parts that need to be done are either neglected and left alone or done very poorly. To know that you need to work all necessary parts of the garden and which to work will be essential to have a great looking outdoor area, have a look at some of the few great ideas we have.



1.For the problematic plants that seem to grow and take over the space in your garden, simply cut the top off the pot and bury it , this way the roots will grow as deep as they want but the plant wont overgrow on the sides.

 

2.Instead of having to redo the landscaping all the time and digging with the shovel as the seasons change, here is an idea that will make swapping out your seasonal plants much easier.

 

3.To make it easier to move the plants you could fill them up with foam as shown above, less hassle for you.

 

4.To give your garden a calcium simply crush egg shells like this, make sure to sprinkle them with a nice spread and not cluster them.

 

5.Small pets and animals can be easily kept away this way, especially at the infancy of the plants .

 

6.For those with a small yard that still want a garden, this is an easy and great idea to get to have your own little garden, this container is lightweight and perfect size.

 

7.Baby diapers can also be used in the garden. YES, this helps keep the moisture in your plants.

 

8.Because of the way espom salt is rich magnesium and sulfate we suggest you mix a couple of tea spoons in your watering can once or twice a month for the nutrients and health of the plants.

 

9.The cooking water from vegetables can be used to add nurture to your plants, a great tip that can be done everyday.

 

10.Don’t throw away those citrus peels, they can really come in handy when it comes to starting your seedlings.

 

11.You can make a raised garden bed by using these bricks in any location, and you can make it to any size you want your garden to be, very cheap and neat looking.

 

12.It is always a hassle when we find that the soil has soiled out, avoid this by lining the pots with coffee filters, a great tip!

 

13.You can get a good start on your garden by first using egg shells to plant your seedlings in.

 

14.This idea helps you grow rosebushes with the help of potatoes, an innovative idea.

 

15.This helps for easier and deeper root watering and it gives an overall great result to the plant itself.

 

16.With your old soda bottles you can make lots of these and leave them indoors around the house, they make for great indoor gardens

 

17.To help with growth it is usually encouraged to do this pinching, helps plants grow with healthier leaves

 

18.Place a trash can strategically this way and when it rains you will have more than enough water to water your garden

 



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