Organic Gardening for Beginners: Elementary gardening For Pleasure and Profit - Dueep J. Singh

Organic Gardening for Beginners: Elementary gardening For Pleasure and Profit

By Dueep J. Singh

  • Release Date: 2015-01-19
  • Genre: Gardening


Table of Contents

Important tips For Gardening
Planting Shrubs
Where Do You Plant Shrubs
Choosing the Best Location for Your Garden
Different Advantages of Annuals and Perennials
Fern and wildflower gardens –
Planting Vines
Which Bulbs to Select
Preparing Your Garden
Planting the Seeds
Thinning of Plants
Cold frames and hotbeds.
Cultivating the Soil
Enemies of Your Garden
Storing Vegetables for the Winter
Author Bio


Did you know that even in a small city lot, a large amount of pleasurable and profitable work in growing plants can be possible right where there is some soil available in which to plant things? It does not matter if you just have a pocket handkerchief sized backyard.

If you want to know more about gardening for pleasure and gardening for profit, this book is going to give you some easy to implement tips and techniques so that you can start up this relaxing and amusing hobby right now.

There is nothing quite so soul satisfying as getting your hands into rich and fertile earth and soil in order to grow something right now.

You may make up a flower garden to beautify the outside of your house. A vegetable and fruit garden is going to furnish you with a continuous source of food of the best kind at a low cost.

Both of these are going to give you plenty of opportunity for healthy outdoor exercise, while furnishing a source of pleasure to the one who cares for them and watches their development throughout the seasons.

If you have a large yard, the vegetable and fruit gardens are going to yield you financial return, as well as keep your home table, kitchen and cellar supplied with fresh vegetables and fruit produce.

Before beginning the actual work on planting, it is much more satisfactory to make a paper plan. This can be done in late winter before you intend any work done outdoors.

Ask the neighboring nurseries for catalogs. You may also want to ask your neighbors about giving you some seedlings from their own gardens. This plan is going to consist of a map of your grounds drawn to a proper scale. This will show the location of the buildings, boundaries, trees, shrubbery, and other plants which have already been planted there.

For example, this illustration can show you the plan of a herb garden. Along with an outer boundary limit, there is going to be an inner square, a center square, and the herbal bed areas.

You can make your plan according to your own wish, but it is always sensible to ask the advice of an experienced gardener to look at your land and tell you about the right places where you can plant borders, hedges, beds, walks, and so on.