For green thumbs out there, a garden sprayer is probably one of the most valuable tool in their tool kit. They help households easily control their plants, as well as offer easy application. Below we have outlined further tips for gardeners to help make sure their garden sprayer stays in good condition all year round.
A pot inside a pot
Seasonal changes can be a frustrating time for a gardener. You’ve finally gotten your landscape just the way you like it and suddenly all the plants are no longer in season. If you aren’t keen on completely redoing your landscape at the start of each season then this is a very good idea that will save you a lot of time. All you need is some pot plants and a shovel. When the season changes over, remove the seasonal plant and put in it’s place a pot. Keep the pot here and fill it with the seasonal plant of your choosing. Then you can simply swap them over next time the season changes and it’s time for something new.
Calcium isn’t just good for your bones but also your garden
Did you know that your garden needs calcium, just like your bones? The good news is, it’s easy to revitalize your garden with a good old calcium boost. In order to do this you don’t need to go out and buy special ingredients but something most kitchens have. Raid your fridge, or perhaps bin, for eggshells. These create the perfect compost that is absorbed by your garden sprayers. What you need to do is grind up the eggshells in a blender and toss it over your garden bed.
No pets allowed
Some pets think your garden is a big activity room for them and digging and biting your plants is a game. Unfortunately, they don’t understand the care and effort that has gone into getting your garden is this excellent condition. If you’re tired of your dog or cat running your plants, it’s time to be proactive. A good idea is to make barriers were your pet will be deterred to visit. Try placing something sharp like plastic forks around the perimeter of your special plants.
There’s no excuse for no garden
Even if you have the smallest backyard, you should still ensure you have some greenery. This applies to if you’re living in a apartment with no outdoor space. So, if you’re a green thumb that has just moved to a smaller residence, there’s no need to stress. Rubbermaid containers are gong to become your new best friend because they will allow you to have the garden you desire. These containers are the perfect size to get your new little garden going. They’re lightweight so you can move them around to wherever you want.
This may sound a little funny but nappies can actually be helpful in the garden. Now, before you start getting any weird ideas about putting nappies on your pets when they venture outside, you’re completely off track. Nappies can actually be used in potted plant as means to help retain moisture for a long period of time. Try using this tip in summer to reap the rewards.
While you may be aware of putting Epsom salt in your bath, you probably haven’t heard about it as a garden supplement. This type is extremely important to your plant’s life, as it helps it grow big and beautiful.
If you would like to learn more about creating the perfect garden or to purchase a garden sprayer, talk to the team at Green Gorilla.