Gardens are most than simply a venue for decorating. It is more than just an aimless pasttime for the hobbyist with a green thumb. The effects can be especially profound if you’re good at it.
Your plants need to adapt and must be gradually introduced to changes of environment. Put them out in the sun for no more than two hours the first day. Over a week, gradually build up the amount of hours you leave the plants outside. At week’s end, they should be accustomed to the outdoors and ready to transition to outside safely.
Clay soil is hard and will also stick to a shovel, and can can stick to a shovel making it frustrating to work with. To make working in clay easier, apply some car wax or floor wax to the head of the shovel and buff. The clay easily slides off of its surface and it will prevent rust.
Use annuals and biennials to add a splash of color to your flower beds. You can fill any spaces between shrubs or perennials. Some flowers you can use are rudbekia, hollyhock, cosmos, marigolds, petunia and marigold.
Be sure to get rid of the weeds growing in …