How to start your first garden

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Gardening is quite a unique hobby that is worth your time and effort. Some people say that planting and taking care of plants provide the human body some therapeutic effects that help cure anxiety and depression. If you are planning to set up your very own garden

things can get quite complicated and overwhelming.

That is why here are some important steps that we have prepared on order to get you started right away.

1. Choose what type of garden would you like to set-up.

There are certain types of plants that you can grow in your soon to be garden. However it is essential for you to determine what exactly are you going to plant. Are you into flowers like roses, daisies and tulips? Would you like to consider planting vegetables or root crops like cabbage, potatoes, carrots or lettuce? Or are you more inclined in fruit bearing trees? Remember that there is no right or wrong decision here. What is important is that you are going to be happy with the choice that you are going to make. If you are unsure with your decisions then you can always start small until you have finally made up your mind.

2. Look for the perfect location for your garden

If you want your plants to thrive then it is important to look for the perfect location. Most of the plants, vegetables and flowers need adequate amount of sunlight and water each day in order to survive. If you have a big space in your backyard then you can probably start setting up your garden there.

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3. Clean and cultivate the entire land

Before you start planting anything it is essential to clear up the land by removing weeds that can hinder the plants from growing well. You may add plant boxes or pour an additional layer of top and pot soil and wait for some time before you start planting.  You should also make it a point to make your soil healthier by feeding it with organic fertilizers (compost, animal waste and dry leaves). The perfect time to start planting is after the end of summer vacation.

If you are serious about maintaining a garden make sure that you have enough time to take good care of the plants. They need to be watered every now and then if you want them to thrive.