A flower garden has to be one of the best ways to bring natural beauty to your property. If this is your next project and you are new into gardening, we have the right tips for you. Always remember that gardening requires hard work and dedication. This article will help you understand some of the things you need to know before you get down to the real work.
Light: Light plays a very important role in plants health. Depending on where your garden is located, you need to know the best plants to go for as you may not have much leeway when it comes to light. Different plants require different degrees of light. You will always find the most appropriate plants for your garden. For instance, if your garden is situated in a place whereby it gets sufficient sun light for about six hours during the day, the best flowers or vegetables to plant are those that thrive well in full sun. However, if your garden only gets sunlight during morning hours, you are better off growing plants that do well under a shade.
Plants: You have to understand the different categories of flowers. Annuals and perennials are the general categories. Annuals are the ones that are only available during a certain season while perennials are always there through out the seasons, apart from winter when they freeze. Usually, annuals bloom throughout summer while perennials bloom only for a short while. When it comes to water consumption, annuals require more water to grow compared to perennials.
Always remember that flowers are quite different from vegetables when it comes to light and space. Do your research well before deciding what best suits the space you are working with.
Water: Without water, your garden would never thrive. Ensure there is sufficient supply of water for your plants. Watering should happen three times a week, and always ensure you give it a good soak. Depending on the size of your garden, you might want to acquire watering tools such as sprinklers or hose that has a watering wand. Watering is best done during the mornings because doing it when the sun is hot is useless as the water evaporates, denying your plants the much needed benefits of water.
Gardening is fun. All that you need to do is getting all the aspects explained above right and everything else will fall into place.