In the world of organic gardening, there are plenty of great resources available to both new and experienced organic gardeners alike. There are many e-guides, books, videos, and other resources available. This set of tips contains some of the best advice for helping a good organic gardener become a great organic gardener.
Plant ever-bearing strawberries for your children in the organic garden. Kids are quite eager to pick fruit from a garden, and will help with the planting if they get a nice snack out of it at the end.
A great way to ensure that your organic garden will do well is to keep a section of your land unspoiled. The natural wildlife will spring up and make for a perfect organic habitat. The presence of native flowers, trees and grasses will attract birds and insects. You will be rewarded by an appealing and flourishing landscape.
It’s simple to quickly prepare your soil for the planting of a perennial garden. Simply slice into the ground with a spade, flip the top layer of soil, and then cover it with several inches of wood chips. After a few weeks, dig, then plant your perennials.
To be as efficient as possible in the garden, always have your tools handy. Put them into a basket you carry with you, or use an apron with many pockets and hanging loops. Tools you’ll need to garden efficiently include towels, gloves, pruning shears and other plant-specific tools.
Use coffee grounds on your soil. Coffee grounds are full of nitrogenous nutrients that growing plants need. Plants need nitrogen in order to thrive, so give it a natural source with coffee grounds, then watch everything come to life much more quickly.
Within your composting heap, ensure that there is an equal split of dried and green plant materials. You can use all types of green material in your compost pile, including cut grass, dead flowers, fruit peels and cores, and much more. Dry materials, like sawdust, cut up wood pieces, cardboard, straw and shredded paper are good for your compost pile. Do not include charcoal, ashes, meat, carnivorous animal manure or diseased plants.
With all of these ideas, you should be ready to excel at organic gardening. By reading and applying the information you have learned, you can go from a novice gardener to an expert-level organic gardener in no time at all. These tips should get you started, and with some ideas of your own, you should have a thriving, beautiful garden in no time.