If you use these principles of organic horticulture, you will produce notably positive effects for your plants and your planet. It will show how much you care about the plants you grow, and your desire to ensure they are as healthy as possible. This is a very good thing to do. However, you can always find new things to learn about, and improve your skills. Keep reading for suggestions.
Put down sod correctly. The soil requires preparation before sod can be laid. Do some weeding if necessary, then break the soil until it is no longer packed. Compact the soil lightly and firmly, and be sure to create a flat surface. Afterward, you want to make sure the soil is moistened. Staggered rows with offset joints is the best way for the sod to be laid out. Even out the surface of the sod by firming it down flat, filling any available gaps with a handful of dirt. For the best results, you need to water the sod every day for a two week period. After this time the sod will have rooted into the soil and can be now walked on.
Plant a variety of annuals, biennials and perennials to keep your flower beds bright. Fast-growing annuals and biennials can brighten up a flower bed, and allow you to change the look from season to season and year to year. If there are gaps between the perennials and shrubs you have planted in a sunlit area, try filling those gaps with annuals and biennials. Some flowers you can use are rudbekia, petunias, cosmos, marigolds, or sunflowers.
Now you have the three items you need to make your organic garden a success– tools, products and skill. You’ve come to the right place! These tips should provide you with a good basis for your horticulture. Try new things, and keep looking for more resources as you progress with your garden.