If you have a garden at your house you are a lucky person. A garden is a place where you can go and relax and take a few deep breathes of fresh air. The smell of flowers and soil opens your mind to new possibilities and you can do it all. Gardens have a lot of advantages but you also need to know that you must manage your garden in order to get these advantages.
You cannot let it be and hope for the best. Here are some ways to manage your garden:
- The heat wave
There is nothing more dangerous for the baby plants than the heat which hits them directly. While there are some plants which are made to withstand the strong heat currents, not all of them have the properties to stay intact when exposed to strong temperatures. With the new do it yourself air conditioner tips you can now allow your garden to stay at a medium temperature even in the heat. These tips are not difficult to understand. If you read them once you will get the overall idea about what to do and how to do it. The fan and ice is the most popular trick in the book.
You will have a fan lying around in your storage. Use it and get a bucket of ice. You can buy this bucket of ice from a local store or keep one at home. The idea is to put the things in an order in which the air emitted from the fan is cool. This trick does not last for very long especially if the temperature outside is too high but it will keep your plants cool. Countering the heat wave by using simple methods like these is a sure way of managing your garden.
- Keep a water routine
Most people do not know this but if you water your plants more than is the need you will damage them. Keeping a water routine is necessary so that you can clearly know when you have to give water to the plants. This can be done by using a notepad and writing down the monthly schedule of watering plants. No date will be missed and no extra water can stay in the plants either. During the world water crisis that we are going through nowadays, you can lessen the water usage as well. Try to use buckets and water pots instead of using pipes to give water to the garden. Such simple and basic tips will go a long way and save you time, effort and money.
- Divide the work
The garden work must be divided between the different family members. You can ask your children to do the tasks of giving water to the plants while you can take up the task of digging and renewing the soil. This will make up for the missing family time and also teach your children something new. However, you should know that managing the garden requires patience and time.…