The exterior is the first thing that greets everyone, so it is important to keep the house clean and attractive, including your lawn and garden. • Garden is the most vital part of the house as it is the place for playing, sitting at ease in the winter season. • If the garden or lawn left unattended for a long time they can quickly transform into a messy green ground with overgrown grass with dead plants may make the surroundings uncomfortable to dwell with.
Therefore it is important to give time and care for your garden so that your property looks always charming and beautiful. • Garden Caring is not easy as it requires technical skill and a lot of expertise. • You can hire some Professionals gardeners because they enable to have a gorgeous view of the landscape and increase the value of the home in the eyes of the passersby. If you can’t afford a professional garden then you can follow these few garden care tips that will help you get the most from your garden
Soil around the plants should be loosening, so that it can quickly absorb water and nutrients. Early morning or during night is the best time for watering to reduce evaporation. Watering the garden in hot weather is crucial because plants need plenty of water especially during summer. • While choosing plants for your garden, Choose that crops or flowers that are suited to your soil. Choosing the right compost is very important for growth in your garden. The best way to gauge the quality of your soil is to get it tested. So that you get to know which plants are suitable for your garden soil?
Fertilizers such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium provide nutrients necessary for plant health and growth. A soil test can determine the current fertility and health of your soil. Choose a fertilizer that has at least one-fourth of the nitrogen such as sulphur-coated urea. • Keep garden beds covered with shredded leaves to minimize the risk of soil erosion and nutrient run-off. Rake leaves if they are too thicked or matted. • Weeds are easy to control when they are small. Shallow cultivation and hoeing are advised in order to reduce damage to the root system.