Organic gardening has so many possibilities as to what you can use, do, and how you can apply it to your own personal organic garden. Why not take advantage of having a unique garden and create your own organic gardening techniques that work for you and only you? This article can help you start.
The fall season has arrived and the task of emptying our container gardens is at task. However, instead of storing your clay pots in a garden shed for the winter season, why not replace the summer annuals with edible fall vegetables. Having mums in your favorite clay pot signifies fall, however, consider adding alternative edible plants like leafy lettuces such as arugula, endive, bok choy and radicchio. When it is time for a quick salad, simply snip a few leaves, and you will instantly have delicious ready to eat salad.
When laying sod, it is important that you do it correctly. Be sure to get your soil prepared before you start laying the new sod. Break the soil into fine tilth and make sure you remove any weeds as well. When the soil is clean, pack it tightly and create a flat surface. Dampen the soil completely. Sod should be placed in rows that are staggered, where the joints connect to offset each other. Pat down the sod and fill any gaps with soil. The sod needs to be watered daily for two weeks, by which time it will be rooted and ready to walk on.
Isn’t creating your own personal organic gardening techniques a lot of fun? As you have seen in this article, there are a lot of ways this can be done and no two techniques will yield the same results. There are also lots of customizable options that can work with your organic garden and budget.