Thursday, July 11, 2013

Basic Tips for Your Garden Landscaping

Having a garden can be a great benefit to you and your family. Picking fresh vegetables from your garden can feel very rewarding after you’ve worked hard to get things going. Sure, gardening takes a lot of time and effort, but you won’t regret it when you get to enjoy the food and make wonderful meals. Gardens don’t grow by themselves, though. You are going to have to put together some kind of plan so things can be organized and allowed to grow properly. When you are getting ready for your Utah County garden landscaping, keep a few basic things in mind to get things going.

Start Small

The fastest way to become overwhelmed with your garden is to make it bigger than you can handle. You also have to consider the size of your family; planting 10 tomato plants and growing 10 watermelons may be too much for a family of 2. Start with a small garden, one that fits the size of your family, but also a garden that won’t overwhelm you when things really start growing. You don’t want to have to end up throwing out a lot of your vegetables because they became rotten before you could enjoy them. You can squeeze in many different vegetables in a small space; don’t think that you won’t be able to grow all that you want if you don’t have a lot of room. Starting small will also help you get the hang of things on your first try. Learning the basics of gardening and weed control will come in handy as your garden grows.
Maintain Healthy Soil

Every time that you step on the soil in your garden, you are compacting the dirt and making it difficult for plants to grow there. It is a good idea to create paths in between each row or bed for you to walk on. Don’t work in the garden when the soil is wet. Once the water dries, you will end up with big clumps of dirt that you will have to break apart. Basically, when working on your Utah County garden landscaping, try not to mess with the soil more than you really need to.

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1 comment:

  1. thank you for the post. I have been scouring the net trying to find articles on starting a garden.The link to the garden Landscaping has been so helpful.