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Thumb Not Green?

Thumb Not Green?

Posted by Tammy Sons on Jul 12 , 2013

Is the grass greener when you look to the other side? You might imagine that your next-door neighbor has a unique formula that keeps their grass and garden looking so much better than yours. 

The reality is that many people know how to get a beautiful garden. All it takes is knowledge about how to take care of your garden plants properly. You can start educating yourself by checking out the advice given about gardening tips that follow.

Shoveling soil that is mostly clay can be difficult because of the hardness of the soil, making it tough to handle. To make your digging project easier, apply some car wax or floor wax to the head of the shovel and buff.The clay will slide off the surface while keeping the end from getting rusty.

Transfer your favorite plants inside, so they survive the winter frosts. You may be able to save the most beautiful or expensive plants. Dig carefully around their roots and place it a pot.

Moisture on your plants is a sure way to attract parasites and parasites. Fungi are a common and irritating pest in the world of gardening. It is possible to get rid of mushrooms after it appears with anti-fungal sprays, but the key is to treat your garden before any problems arise.

You can keep pests using other plants or natural materials. Planting marigolds or onions around the border of your vegetable garden will repel slugs. These methods without having to use harsh chemicals.

All of the gardening advice contained in the tips above is simple and relatively easy to implement. All you have to do is apply what you have just learned. 

Focus on the reaction of the plants to your methods. If one way does not deliver good results, try the next one. Have some patience, and soon you will have a garden that makes your entire neighborhood jealous.

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