Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Cultivating your Own Garden

In the news we are always hearing about how companies are leveled rural areas in favor of apartment blocks and supermarkets and whether you agree or disagree with some of these "projects" what we can all agree on as a fact is that every year the great outdoors is getting smaller and smaller.
One of the ways in which we can stop this happening is by turning or misshapen yards and overgrown gardens into a place where our kids and our kids kids can enjoy the magic of the great outdoors.
Here's some gardening tips to help you get started cultivating your own garden.

Make a Plan

Whether you plan on a small garden or a sprawling public garden, your going to need a plan of what you want to do. There is a number of ways you can do this from getting professional help to using pen and paper.

I personally prefer the pen and paper method which basically allows me to make a birds eye view of my garden and then write down what I want each area to be from "flowering beds" to "play area" although the children seem to think they are both the same thing.

Get the Right Tools

Your always going to need tools to implement the changes to your garden unless of course you again go down the professional help route. I recommend Timberpro.

Stay Motivated!

It may be difficult to start a garden but it is a lot harder to carry through with your garden plans until they are completely finished. Remind yourself why you are doing this. Make a schedule for when you work on your garden and ensure nothing interrupts it, basically stay focused on the task at hand and I promise you it will be done in no time.

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