Summer is Here
The weather has begun to warm up, and more and more people are spending their days out in the sun. Your neighborhood is now full of family and friends walking around in the street, and having great family barbeques. This is amazing unless your front and back yard are a total mess! It can be embarrassing to have guests gathering in your backyard if it is full of dead flowers, weeds, and dirt. That is why it is always best to get out your green thumb, run to a nearby gardening store, and spruce up your yard on one of your free summer days.
To begin, go online and find some gardening inspiration. There are so many different types of products on the market nowadays, you can easily get overwhelmed if you go into a store with no plans on what to buy. For example, did you know there are multiple types of fill dirt for you to use in a garden? Yes, there are a lot. There is regular potting soil, bagged mulch, topsoil, and more. Do your research ahead of time to find out which one fits your needs.
If you are planning on planting a garden full of flowers or vegetables, it is recommended for you to pick up some kind of gravel or rocks, like pea gravel. This is because there is a little gardening hack that says a one-inch layer of small rocks can provide good weed control. Not only will this weed control make your garden look so much better, but it will save you tons of work in the future. Also remember that if you are wanting to spruce up your yard with a few trees, consider signing up for bagged mulch delivery. Not many people know that freshly planted trees require a circle of mulch between three and four feet in diameter. Depending on how many trees you plant, that can add up to a lot of mulch!
Don’t Worry, It’s Easy
Gardening can seem hard at first, but it is really quite simple. Just make sure that your plants are getting the right types of fill dirt, and your garden is sure to grow and look absolutely amazing. Your guests will be so impressed by your green thumb and gardening skills that they will be turning to you for advice. Like you learned today, its all about knowing the right types of fill dirt, and knowing what your plants need to thrive.