Here Is How You Can Have A Successful Garden

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with Arizona Resource Realty BR518926000

If you belong to the group of people who think that gardening is so simple yet such a chore, then you are dead wrong. This activity, this hobby, gardening is one of the most enjoyable, relaxing, and rewarding things you can do. It belongs to a small number of projects that are only limited by a very few factors. These said limitations can be space, time, or resource, but one thing’s certain though, your imagination will never be a limitation with gardening. Regardless of those few restrictions, you are still able to create the ideal garden that you and your peers will genuinely enjoy. Whether you plan gardening small such as from plant pots, or go big such as your whole backyard, your greatest challenge will always be how you will start it.

Most gardens fail right from the get-go. Many aspiring gardeners foolishly disregard the needed preparation and planning, that is their downfall. Remember, your garden’s success relies heavily on how you started it. With that said, here are some tips on how you can prepare to grow a successful garden.

 

Determine the Garden Size That You Want

Ask these questions to yourself: Will you have sufficient time to devote to your garden? Do you have the space for your desired garden size? Will you be able to afford the cost needed for your planned garden? Answer these questions first before you start with the project. If you are still reluctant about what garden size you genuinely want and can sustain, it can be a good idea to start small. Start your garden with plant pots or from a raised bed. Gauge your gardening skills with that, and once you are prepared and confident, that is the time where you go big.

 

Consider the Type of Ground You Will Be Planting On

Many people go out there and plant their seeds on their backyard without even analyzing what ground they are planting on or what techniques they can utilize to combat the poor terrain they have. Know what type of soil you will be working. Is it a hilly area, sloped perhaps, or just flat? After that, research online on how you can take advantage of what you got and what things you can do to enrich your given land.

 

Create a Plotting Plan

Now that you know the size of the garden you’d start with and the type of ground you will be working on, it’s time to formulate you’re plotting plan. Don’t go out there and foolishly plant your seeds without a systemized and well thought out plan. Some plants don’t do well when near a particular another plant. Pick up a graph paper and sketch yourself out a plotting plan. The gridlines in the graph paper will make it easier for you to plan and scale because of the already given straight lines. Remember when plotting for your garden; ensure you put into consideration what types of vegetable or plant containers you will use. 

 

So, there you go. That is how you start planning to have a successful garden. Keep these tips in mind to avoid yourself from wasting resources and funds on what is already a doomed gardening project.

 

 

Posted by

 

Professionally,
 
Tamra Lee Ulmer - FORCE~ NRBAA-REO~ CDPE~ NAHREP~ NABPOP~ C-REPS~ FIVE STAR ~ BPOR ~WBENC
Exceptional Service For Exceptional People.........My Clients!
 
Click Here
BROKER/OWNER - Arizona Resource Realty - Specalizing In Cabins, Log Homes, Luxury Homes, Land For Sale & Foreclosures! 
www.ResourceAz.com
www.MyCabinSearch.com
www.AzLuxurySearch.com
www.ArizonaLandSearch.com
www.MakeTheBankAnOffer.com
Search the Entire State Of Arizona on my sites! 
 
 
close

This entry hasn't been re-blogged:

Re-Blogged By Re-Blogged At
Topic:
Just for Fun
Tags:
gardening
gardening tips
how to have a successful garden
gardening plans
planning to garden
how to start gardening

Post a Comment
Spam prevention
Spam prevention
Show All Comments
Rainmaker
3,487,598
Wayne Martin
Wayne M Martin - Chicago, IL
Real Estate Broker - Retired

Good morning Tamra. Gardening can be fun and relaxing even though it requires physical labor. Never had a green thumb. Enjoy your day 

Jul 19, 2019 04:26 AM #1
Rainer
25,784
RE Virtual Solutions
RE Virtual Solutions - Saint Charles, MO
Virtually helping real estate professionals.

I love fresh vegetables straight from the garden this time of year. Now if only I could prevent the birds and rabbits from eating most of it , it would be even better.

Jul 19, 2019 05:30 AM #2
Post a Comment
Spam prevention
Show All Comments

What's the reason you're reporting this blog entry?

Are you sure you want to report this blog entry as spam?

Rainmaker
568,304

Tamra Lee Ulmer

FORCE~NRBA ~ Over 1000 REO Assets SOLD!
Ask Me A Question!
*
*
*
*
Spam prevention