Monthly Archives | March 2018
Posted on March 26, 2018 | By Barbara Beneventi
A garden with greens all over is a treat to the eyes. Although there are many materials now used for the gardens such as stone pallets and marble, plants are not only a sight to sore eyes, but also have many other benefits. You can grow useful plants, work in the garden to physically exert the body and save money on both accounts.
Building it up When you first move in to a bigger place there are many refurbishments to do within the house itself. Therefore you may not have sufficient time to look in to the garden. Especially if you need to move in as soon as possible, you can’t wait till the grass grow or a fountain fitted-in. Although you can sow grass seeds or use plantlets, they take some time to settle in. Therefore the best method is to use a professional company for turf supply and lay Sydney; they will work on the ground, prepare the soil for the field and it will be there in no time. You just have to mark the boundaries for the grass to be laid.
What to grow? Of course you will have many an option; you can grow flowers for a colourful and fragrant lawn. Or you can grow an orchard if there is enough space and enjoy healthy fruits at no cost at all. If you choose to have a kitchen garden that will drastically reduce your grocery bill, not to mention the opportunity to consume your own home-grown veggies and spices for free.
When you are choosing seeds and buying plantlets do not forget to get all relevant advices as to how to plant them, how frequently to water, what fertilizers to use and so on. If you are starting a garden you will have to maintain it appropriately or the labour and money you spent all will go to waste.
Taking proper care So, how to go about carrying on maintenance of a garden? First, ensure that you use the service of professional turf layers to set up the grass cover for your lawn. Get a full package for frequent check-ups, replacements if the first attempt didn’t work out, free samples of fertilizer if possible etc. Then when you are choosing the plantlets and seeds, ask the shop or garden specialist about what plants should be planted closer to each other, which ones should not be together, what sort of irrigation each need and what fertilizer to use. You can also try turning garbage in to fertilizer; it is a very easy procedure and you can buy the required equipment from a supermarket. That way you won’t have to spend money separately for fertilizer. A garden is a pride of a house; it can be easily transformed to a hobby which can bring in an alternative income as well.