Gardening can sometimes cause a headache - a lot of people are unsure of where to start or what to do next. Here we give you some cool ideas to get creative in your garden again. Hopefully gardening shouldn't seem as difficult.
Mow your lawn correctly. Reduce the height of long grass in several stages rather than at one time, as this prevents the lawn going brown. Let long grass dry completely, or it will look ragged after mowing. Mow hard-wearing lawns when the grass reaches 2.5 inches, and fine lawns when the grass reaches 1 to 2 inches. In late spring, when growing conditions are good, you may have to mow your lawn twice a week, whereas in late fall every 2 weeks is sufficient. Use grass clippings as mulch under mature trees and shrubs, or add them to the compost pile.
Read the packages your seeds came in! Every seed is different. Some can be planted year round while others can only be planted at certain times. Some seeds need ten hours or more of sun a day, and others need much less. Before you impulse buy a seed package based off of the picture, take the time to know what you are getting into.
Keep yourself safe, it's the first thing to know about gardening. Wear protective eye-wear when handling lawnmowers and other garden machinery. Wear gloves when you are working in the dirt. This will keep you safe in case of an incident and protect your body from different elements in the environment.
You never know what tips might come in handy when you're outside gardening. The tips you learned here are great but you also want to remember to keep on expanding your information and to try and learn more about gardening. You want to keep learning new things so you can be as successful and have fun.