Are you a beginner gardener? Do you live in a colder climate? If you find your garden difficult to manage, or if your plants don’t grow as quickly as you’d like, you need some tips for growing the healthiest plants in town. Keep reading to learn some!
One of the most important parts of helping your plant grow is watering it the correct amount. Different flowers and vegetables have different needs when it comes to water. For example, a succulent only needs water every other week when the temperature is above 40 degrees. Basil, on the other hand, needs about an inch of water every week.
Set a watering schedule for all your plants to stay consistent in their watering. To be certain that you’re watering your plants correctly, do some research on your garden. You can also talk to an employee at greenhouses or gardening centers.
Fertilizing can be done more universally than watering. Your seedlings should be fertilized when they are planted, whether it be in a garden or in the home. Fertilizer is most effective for plants during their growing cycle. Once you start to see a green sprout, you can use a bit of fertilizer again.
If you have perennial plants or flowers, you should also use fertilizer after the winter months. This will help growth start again and help make your plants even bigger! You can use liquid fertilizer or try composting for certain plants. Make sure to take a look online at the recommendations for fertilizing your plant with compost.
Those who spend time gardening at home report feeling happy at a rate of 42%, which is a great reason to start a home garden. Making your garden thrive is not always easy, and the place you plant them can have a big effect. Most vegetables need at least six hours of sunlight per day. Flowers grow faster when they’re planted in loose soil that drains well.
Once you settle your watering schedule and your fertilizer, you are ready to plant your garden. To speed up the growth process, make sure you take these tips into consideration. Call us today for more information about growing the healthiest plants in town.