The Beginner's Guide to Organic Gardening

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If you have ever wanted to grow your own delicious fruits and vegetables and you finally have a garden plot for the task, it is time to put on your green sleeves and get down to it.
Organic garden is probably the best thing to aim for. It involves eco-friendly garden care, which uses no strong chemical products, as those may end up in your food. It pays to grow organically at home, as buying such products usually costs a ton. If you are a beginner gardener, you will need some helpful tips on how to start your first garden:

  • Do a research on what you can grow - the best way to ensure that your plants grow healthy is to pick varieties that do well in the climate conditions of where you are growing them. Do note the specific garden care tasks related to keeping each plant in top condition, as that will ensure you get a healthy produce.
  • Plan out your garden - now that you know what plants you will be growing, it is time to plan out where exactly you will plant them. Select the best place in your garden, where plants receive enough sunlight.
  • Acquire gardening supplies - you cannot address any task without the proper garden maintenance tools. Apart from that, you should also look for fertiliser and an organic soil mix.
  • Prepare the soil - adding organic matter to the soil you are going to use for planting goes a long way in providing enough nutrients for your plants. Make your own compost pile, as that will supply you with anything necessary to fuel up your soil and make it the ideal place for plants to grow.
  • Water - be mindful of the watering needs of any seeds you have planted. Have a routine established, as that works best to provide the precious resource to young plants. It is best to water in the morning, as less water evaporates then and your efforts will be more effective.
  • Provide adequate garden care - if you want to ensure your plants grow healthy, you should be there to address any issues, such as weeds and pests. Apply organic fertiliser when necessary.

That pretty much sums up the process of starting your own organic garden. Don’t hesitate and start today! Soon enough you will reap the benefits.