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Plants in general account for the majority of money spent when doing a garden overhaul. It is the blossoming flowers in a hundred different shades and the butterflies flying about them that make our gardens so spectacular. However, if you are on a tight Budget, it becomes more difficult to grow the garden of your dreams.
No gardener wants to lose their hard work to harsh weather conditions or attacks by pests. Insects and birds often prove to be the biggest enemies of plants. Your month-long efforts may all go in vain if you don’t take preventive measures beforehand. Garden netting is an effective way of reducing the risks.
Cloches and tunnels are essential for a garden. If you want to grow plants in your back garden, then look for some cloches to keep your plants healthy. A variety of designs are available and gardeners can choose them according to their requirements. It is a flexible solution for your garden that you can conveniently move around as and when needed.
Raised beds aren’t a new concept. Gardeners have been involved in double digging the beds and creating mounted grounds to sow the most common vegetables like onions, broccoli, or celery etc for decades.
Raised bed gardening is an effective method of growing plants and helps you get a higher yield from a small area. Elevated gardening beds can be of varying length and shape.
So you love gardening and want your backyard to be all green and healthy. The benefits? Lots and lots of sunshine, fresh air, a peaceful environment, and not to forget the delicious fruits and veggies that you’ll get to enjoy. But for all of this to work, you have to put in efforts. And for your efforts to be successful, you should have the right tools on board so that you can avoid a strained back, hand injuries and other risks.
Raised-bed platforms are a fantastic way of growing vegetables in limited space. The technique works especially well when your garden lacks good soils for plantation and the drainage is just as poor. Plus there is little need to pull out weeds or worry about the proper nourishments for each individual plant.
Once a commonly used tool for micro plantation, gardening bells somewhat disappeared from the gardening scene as the more contemporary hoop structures and plastic row covers began replacing them. These vintage bells are making a comeback now and we are absolutely thrilled about it.