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No matter what plants and shrubs you select for you landscape, it all starts with good soil. Improving your soil quality with organic matter is essential for growing healthy plants.
Just because the temperature outside is frigid doesn’t mean gardening enthusiasts don’t have work to do. When the weather outside keeps most of us indoors, it’s a great time to design new garden plantings.
For some gardeners, planting a successful garden and landscape can be a bit like rolling the dice. Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes you don’t.
Sometimes it can be hard to step out of your comfort zone. This is true for clothing selection, restaurant choices and even the types of plants and shrubs you put in your landscape.
With the cooler weather finally moving in, some gardeners may consider this to be their down time. However, it’s just the opposite. Now is a great time to plant cover crops. As any good gardener knows, the first step to successful gardening is good soil, and this is one way to help create a thriving soil.
No matter what plants and shrubs you select for your landscape, successful gardens start with good soil. Improving your soil quality with organic matter is essential for growing healthy plants.
As backyards shrink and garden space becomes more limited, finding room to grow vegetables becomes even more challenging. This means gardeners must get creative as they look for ways to fit fruits and vegetables into the landscape. It is time to break away from the traditional rows of vegetables and experiment with new ways to grow food. Even if your entire garden is a window box, you can still grow many nutritious edibles.