Find out more about creating a great garden. Figure out what you need beforehand. You don’t spend money on equipment that isn’t necessary. Impractical seeds for your climate.
Your plants will respond better to gradual changes of environment. Put them outdoors in the sun for no more than two hours the first day. As you continue the first week of the project, gradually extend the duration of sun exposure. By weeks end, you should've plants that are ready for a permanent home outside with no problem!
Transfer your favorite plants indoors to rescue them from the winter frosts. You might want to transplant your most valuable varieties. Dig around the roots carefully and transfer the plant to a pot.
Choose the right soil for best results. Depending on the type of plants you desire in your garden, your natural soil may or may not be appropriate. For special requirements, you can build separate areas with soil that's right for certain plants.
A garden needs the right type of soil to grow properly. There are soil testing services that can analyze a garden’s soil content for a small charge. With those results, it’s then possible to refine and supplement the soil to make it as fertile as possible. Save yourself the trouble of a failed crop by contacting your local Cooperative Extension to preform the soil test.
Plants will respond with maximum growth if they've the amount of CO2 they require. More CO2 generally produces more luxurious plant growth. A greenhouse can concentrate the levels of CO2. In this environment, the CO2 levels are kept high so the plants can experience optimal growing conditions.
If you’re like many gardeners, autumn means that it’s time to get some delicious fall edibles growing in your garden. Try using a pumpkin as a natural plant pot. You can plant fall vegetables such as lettuce in an empty pumpkin shell. Simply carve open the top of a pumpkin so you can remove the innards. Then spray inside and out with something like Wilt-Pruf to prevent pumpkin rotting. Now you can use the pumpkin as a planter.
All you need is a little homework, some work in the outdoors. Some patience. This work will show when you see all of your plants grow!