Organic vegetables and fruit are healthy and delicious. So save yourself some money and grow produce from your own garden! Read below to learn how to grow your very own organic garden.
Grow garlic that is organic. Take single garlic gloves and plant them in moist but drained soil at the start of spring or fall. Put them an inch or two down into the soil with the pointed end up placed about four inches apart. Green garlic shoots could be cut as it grows, and it can be used to substitute scallions or chives. When the bulbs begin turning brown on top, they are ready for harvesting. Allow the sun to dry out the bulbs for a few days until the skin gets hard. Store the bulbs separately or tied in loose bunches in a cool place.
Stay on top of your organic gardening to-do list, and don’t let the work pile up. While you may not be able to spend a lot of time every day in your garden, even little items done daily will stop the mountain of work from growing. For example, snatch out a weed or two whenever you pass by the garden, such as when you take your dog out for a potty break.
Work efficiently in your garden. Do not waste your time looking for tools. Prepare your equipment before you go into the garden and put everything away afterwards. You can use a tool belt for this purpose, or choose pants that contain several large pockets.
Organic material piled three inches deep is an effective mulch in your flower gardens. This will help to inhibit weed growth, helps to lock in moisture, and adds needed nutrients to your organic garden. In addition, your flower beds will have a beautiful, finished appearance year round.
Never buy poor produce again. Use the tips you just read to start growing your own organic fruits and vegetables