When the growing season starts, a lot of people consider starting to plant a new garden. If you already prepared your garden, and it’s ready for your plants and crops, you have to consider carefully the timing of when you plant them, as well as the specific circumstances and factors that can lead to better or worse growth:
- Plant the right crops and herbs. It might seem straightforward, but a lot of people don’t really know what grows well in their area. Depending on the climate, the type of soil you have in your garden, the way the plants respond to the weather fluctuations in your area and a host of other factors, it’s possible to choose types of plants and crops that are ideally suited to the precise conditions present in your garden.
- Buy slow-release, organic natural fertilizer, and apply it at the right time. Organic fertilizers make it easy to keep your plants healthy. Slow-release fertilizer will release the right amount of nutrients over a longer period of time for added efficiency. At the same time, when you apply your fertilizer right when the plant starts to grow in the spring, you can leverage the remarkable potential of the growing season quite perfectly.