In the world of organic gardening, there are plenty of great resources available to both new and experienced organic gardeners alike. There are many e-guides, books, videos, and other resources available. This set of tips contains some of the best advice for helping a good organic gardener become a great organic gardener.
Include your children in your efforts to organic gardening. Gardens are terrific teaching tools for kids, and provide great opportunities for interaction, growth, and instruction on healthy living.
Try to work as efficiently as possible when gardening. Do not spend half an hour looking everywhere for a tool. You can prepare what you need beforehand, keep it all handy in a toolbox or a shed, and you will be ready to work in your garden at a moment’s notice. Wear pants with several pockets or use a tool belt.
Put coffee grounds in your soil. Coffee grounds contain many of the essential nitrogenous nutrients that plants are able to use. It is best for your plants to use coffee grounds that are part of a blend of ingredients in the compost or soil you are using for your plants, rather than directly adding coffee grounds to your garden plants.
Spacing is one of the primary considerations when planning an organic garden. As plants grow and spread out, you will not always know how much space will be required. The plants will inevitably need to unfurl and spread, but they also need the circulation of air from open spaces. Make sure your seeds have a good amount of space between each other for optimal growth.
As you have learned, having an organic garden is an important factor in healthy dietary habits, as is a thorough understanding of the many plants you can choose from. Use the tips from above to take a step in the right direction when it comes to organic gardening, and start your family on a healthier path to better living.