If you’re just getting started on your first garden, then
you’re probably experiencing a little bit of anxiety trying to figure out which
tools to buy, whether to grow with beds or containers, whether to try annuals
or perennials and which plants to choose. You’re probably looking at the sunny
areas and shady areas and wondering what will do well in each spot.
Finding the Right Information
You may be wondering about the beautiful gardens that win
garden contests or you might be looking for a gardening video to show you how
to plan and create your own dream garden. At this site Things
To Consider Before You Start A Garden, you can read about orchestrating the
perfect garden lighting, about installing proper drainage and about integrating
walkways or artwork into your cozy backyard habitat.
You can read about a number of different garden styles,
including Alpine, Cottage, English, French, Family, Forest, Fragrant, Japanese,
Kids, Zen and more. You will also learn about landscaping, creating edible
gardens, planting flowers or creating water gardens. You will gain insights on
how to attract butterflies, birds and helpful insects, while keeping pests out.
You can also learn how to garden by color, light, season or type of space.
Choosing the Right Plants
Other garden tips revolve around plant species and
varieties. Beginners may want to read about getting started with perennials or
annuals. For instance, if you click on the tab for perennial flower gardening,
you’ll learn how to choose the right flowers, how to plant and grow them, how
to cut and dry them, how to prepare the perennials for winter, how to propagate
and troubleshoot them, and you’ll get lists of perennial flowers and plants.
Visitors to the site can read about rose gardening and
caring for cacti, or read up on spreading moss and ivy covers. Even if you’re
just curious about planting some new grass, you’ll find valuable information
What about the Control of Pests
If you’ve already had your garden up and running for a little
while, then you may need garden tips about controlling pests or disease. Animal
control may entail fencing, trapping, concocting home remedies or attracting
animal allies (notably birds and frogs). You can learn about garden diseases
that hit vegetable gardens, rhododendrons, roses and trees.
There are also a number of articles at www.gardenguides.com
pertaining to weeds, which are a reviled enemy indeed. You’ll learn about
various methods of weed control, from flaming, spraying and mulching to digging,
pulling and home remedying. For more gardening tips, visit