There are lots of natural ways that you can grow a healthy, organic garden. Before tackling such a project, it's important to be prepared.
Use perennials resistant to slugs and snails. These creatures can wreak havoc on a garden in a short time. They often enjoy feeding on perennials with very smooth and tender leaves. Young plants are a special favorite of theirs. Perennials with hairy leaves or bitter taste are unattractive to snails and slugs, keeping them safe from harm. Several good choices include heuchera, campanula, achillea. Euphorbia.
Cover the fences and walls with climbers. These climbing plants will help beautify an old fence. They're fast workers too. They also have been known to grow through existing trees or shrubs. Can be easily taught to cover any size arbor. Some types of climbers support themselves naturally through twining stems or tendrils. Others will have to be attached to something. You can be sure that varieties such as climbing roses, wisteria, jasmine, clematis and honeysuckle will grow very well.
Plants all need a good supply of C02 to grow properly! A major portion of plants grow their best in an environment with a saturated level of CO2. Greenhouses help contain C02 to keep levels high. The levels need to be kept high for optimum greenery growth.
If you want your garden full of flowers spring through summer, plant bulbs. Bulbs are generally very simple to grow and hearty, as well. They'll continue to grow for years. You can select bulbs that bloom at many different times. With a little work, you could've flowers popping up all the way from the start of spring to the end of summer.
Grow some wheat grass or catnip for your cat to eat instead. Offensive smells also work to repel cats and other pesky animals from eating your plants. Try putting mothballs, citrus peels, garlic and other pungent items on the topsoil.
A garden can be planted by anybody. However, those who have taken time to do research will gain the most from their crops. Use what you've learned to make your garden grow!