You are ready to plant your organic garden. There is no better time to start than the present! There are insights here that will aid greatly in your quest to establish that perfect organic garden for your family.
Find some plants that will give you a higher yield. There are genetically modified plants that resist cold and/or disease. These often give higher yields due to higher survival rates.
Choose perennials that won't be taken out by slugs. Your plants can be destroyed by slugs and snails overnight. These pests gravitate to young perennials with smooth, tender, thin leaves. You can discourage snails and slugs from eating your perennials by choosing plants with tougher or distasteful foliage. Consider planting these varieties of perennials to discourage slugs and snails from eating your flowers. Euphorbia and achillea are examples of slug-proof perennials.
The kind of soil you use will influence the results. Depending on what type of plants you have, your soil may or may not be adapted. You can also make an artificial area with one variety of soil.
To grow properly, plants need adequate levels of CO2. Typically, the higher the levels of carbon dioxide present in a plant's environment, the better it will grow. The best way to get a lot of it is through a greenhouse. CO2 levels, when kept high, give your plants optimal growing conditions.
If you want flowers in spring and summer, plant bulbs in the garden. Bulbs are hearty and will continue to grow every year. You can select bulbs that bloom at many different times, so with a little work, you could have flowers popping up all the way from the start of spring to the end of summer.
When it's autumn, you know what that means. It's time to plant fall vegetables! This time, use a pumpkin for the container for your lettuce and kale, instead of plain clay pots. Scoop the insides out of the pumpkin, and don't forget to spray the inside with Wilt-Pruf. This will prevent your pumpkin from rotting. After this is completed, it is time to plant!
Hopefully these tips have helped to prepare you for having an organic garden. If you thought you were prepared previously, then you should be at a pro's level now! The tips offered here have give you advice aimed to help your horticulture efforts.