Pay close attention to your organic garden, and take the absolute best care of it that you possibly can. A little extra gardening know-how doesn’t hurt either. This will make the fruits and vegetables in your garden healthier and taste better. Using these tips will make you a top-class organic gardener in no time.
When cooking with fresh vegetables, take the leftovers pieces and chop them up, then spread across your garden. These vegetables will decay and put important nutrients back into the growing plants. Obviously, you can also save some for the general composting mixture, but an immediate use of smaller amounts is highly beneficial due to its shorter requirements.
Mix onion, garlic, and chives into water to produce a pest-repelling spray. Make some spray made of onions, chives, garlic, and a mix of around a half of a cup of water, strain the mixture and put it into a spray bottle.
One way to create compost easily and cheaply is to mix up fruit peels and other refuse from fruit. Natural organic compost of this type will improve your plant’s health and speed up growth for next to no cost.
Make you garden diverse. The more types of plants you have, the more kinds of wildlife you’ll have. Plant various plant types to create a natural environment. When you do this you and any guests you have can just sit back and appreciate all that you’ve done, and the diversity in your garden. Something you can feel satisfied with for years to come.
Have plastic bags on hand so that you may cover your muddy gardening shoes. Having these available lets you keep your flow in movement, and helps you return to your gardening fast so you can finish up your day.
As you can conclude from what you have just read, having an organic garden can provide you with nutrient rich and fresh fruits and vegetables. It takes tons of patience and work, but it’s worth it for a great garden