Tips and Resources for an Ultra-Productive Garden

A truly productive garden stems from good planning, hard work, and nurturing.

By: mary

Thriving gardens don’t just happen. As nice as that would be, a truly productive garden stems from good planning, hard work, and nurturing. Read on for some tips and resources that will help you plant an amazing garden that is a pleasure to behold—and to work in.

What’s Your Type?

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Chances are you’re starting with some idea of what you would like to grow in your garden. Take a moment to think about all the types of gardens that are out there, as well as what suits you best.

  • What aesthetic style suits your property and preferences?
  • Consider what purpose your garden will serve.
  • Think about the growing arrangement you prefer as well.
  • You can even grow an indoor garden if you live in an apartment or condo.

Consider Plant Health

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Without proper considerations, your plants might not thrive, or even survive. Ensure they have the best possible growing conditions, regardless of your arrangement.

  • Plants pull nutrients from the soil, so have yours tested to verify quality.
  • Sun exposure is an important aspect of growing healthy plants.
  • Know what growing zone you live in.
  • If you’re adding soil to a raised bed or container, learn about what choices you should make.
  • Learn how to minimize pests and diseases.

Tools and Tricks

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Whether your garden sprawls around your landscape or is in a handful of pots, there are tools and tricks that will help you stay on top of tending it.

  • Composting is a great way to add nutrients to your soil.
  • Not into composting? You can still put your kitchen scraps to use!
  • Consider adding a misting system to ease watering.
  • Containers are particularly prone to drying out in hot weather. Some water-saving strategies help your potted plants thrive.
  • Consider some tech tools that strengthen your green thumb!
  • Bound by Beauty offers some ideas on how you can attract butterflies to your garden.

Are you ready to dig in? A great garden will take some work, but these tips and resources will ease you through!


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