You are ready to plant your organic garden. It’s the perfect time to begin! The tips below can help you begin your organic garden.
Using aspirin water will help your plants fight diseases. One and a half aspirin, dissolved in two gallons of water, can be a great addition to your plants. The solution can then be used to spray the entire plant, and will offer protection naturally. Spray them once about every three weeks.
If you’re growing plants indoors, keep your thermostat around 65 or 75 degrees daily. It is important for them to be kept in this temperature range if they are to grow properly. If there are times during the year when you would prefer not to have the temperature that high, another solution you can utilize is to purchase heat lamps for your organic plants.
Perennial gardens should be prepared easily and quickly in the ground. Use your spade in a slicing motion to cut a flap of turf. Carefully turn the flap over, then cover the area with a three-inch layer of untreated wood chips. Wait for a few weeks and plant new perennials in this area.
After your seeds sprout, the containers do not need to stay as warm as they once did. To ensure that your plants do not suffer shock, start eliminating the use of a heat source. Make sure you remember to remove any plastic films that were on the plant containers to repel humidity and warmth. Check on your seeds periodically to make sure you know when to remove the films.
Coat your flower beds with a few inches of an organic mulch. Mulch will minimize weed growth and maximize nutrients and moisture. Mulch will also improve the general appearance of your flower beds.
You should be more prepared with organic gardening. You are now the expert, even if you didn’t think so before. These tips should have helped you get started growing a lovely organic garden.