There are many great reasons to start a garden, such as growing fresh, nutritious produce, getting more exercise or just beautifying your yard. If you’ve decided to give your green thumb a workout, one of the most important factors in your garden’s success is getting those plants in the ground at the right time. Whether you’re starting a garden for the first time or you’re a seasoned planter, here’s how to know the right time to plant your garden.
Summer is the season we all love to hate. It’s a huge improvement over winter because we can finally enjoy the beauty of nature in our own yards. However, it also requires quite a bit of preparation. During the hottest months, you can expect the sun to start scorching everything in your garden, including yourself. It can also get pretty dusty from time to time. In order to properly take care of your yard during summer, you should make some light preparations.
We all know plants require four things to grow: sunlight, water, nutrients, and air. However, sometimes those ingredients can go awry and cause your plants to suffer. Luckily, plants are resilient, and often only need a little TLC before they are well on their way to recovery. Now let’s run through some of the symptoms of a dying plant and their solutions, courtesy of ProFlowers.