Setting up a healthy flower garden requires a lot of money, effort, and time. However, homeowners don’t enjoy the fascinating appeal of the flowers because most flower gardens don’t reach their full potential of three years especially when focusing on perennial flowers.
Maintaining flower garden is therefore a necessary step as it helps in keeping a healthy garden by attracting beneficial insects such as bees to the garden. The following tips will help you to achieve a healthy flower garden.
CHOOSING THE SUITABLE SOIL.
Flowers require the right soil during planting time. A good soil for a healthy flower garden need not to be too sandy or too sticky but it must have sufficient organic matter for proper drainage. Potted flowers usually suffocate in the same old soil therefore it’s necessary to make potting soil with your compost. When flowers are planted in flower beds, they require to be covered by compost so that they can get nutrients throughout the season. Compost improves soil’s tilth on any type of soil and offer protection to weak feeder roots with reasonable soil temperatures.
PROVIDING THE REQUIRED AMOUNT OF