How To Maintain Your Home Garden

How To Maintain Your Home Garden

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Once upon a time, you had an epiphany while sipping your coffee in the open space of your home and thought to yourself, 'umm...a bunch of plants would make a nice addition to this place!'. Later, you went into full "Marie Kondo" mode and purchased numerous plants, placed them in attractive pots, planted seeds of various plants and arranged the pots in symmetry but unfortunately forgot about them after watering and fertilizing them. 

To maintain a beautiful house garden in your yard or on your balcony, you will need to go through a few key points. Here is a comprehensive guide for the same; keep scrolling, my fellow plant lovers!


Carefully list out the plants you want in your garden


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Before starting your home garden, the first and most important thing to consider is which plants you want to grow. But, of course, not everyone is a gardening expert. And it can do more harm than good to get plants that are difficult to maintain and require proper vigilance and a specific environment to grow. 

To begin, choose plants that require minimal effort to grow. Examples are spider plants, money plants, and snake plants. Such plants require little care and grow quickly with only water and minimal sunlight.

Stack all of the necessary gardening tools


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Believe it or not! Gardening tools are just as essential for your home garden plants as water and fertilizer. For example, you cannot transfer dirt into pots or scoop or move soil with your hands all the time; you will need a gardening trowel to ease such tasks. A proper composting bin kit for generating effective yard paste for your plants also helps maintain the garden. 

Moreover, other tools like a bent scraper and grafting tool also work best while taking care of your garden. The earlier you get them for your beautifully arranged home plants, the lesser you will have to worry about your plants staying intact. 


Make sure to look out for bugs and insects 

Plant bugs and insects are a gardener's biggest nemesis. Damaging bugs and insects are not suitable for your garden, so you must always keep an eye on them. 

Germs such as viruses and bacteria can enter a plant when there is an opening, and insect infestation offers the ideal opportunity for them. So, you mustn't allow pests to affect your plants, and it is unquestionably one of the simplest ways to maintain your garden.

When working with your houseplants, you should keep a close eye on the plants and be on the lookout for any indications of bugs. Try and get rid of any bugs by yourself, or you may get a bug-killer solution. These are the easiest ways to take care of your lovely plants, keeping your home garden intact.

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Tidy your home garden regularly

Like other areas in your home, the home garden you created with such love and care requires regular cleaning. However, having stated that, this does not imply that you should be on high alert at all times and stand by with a teeth rake and wheelbarrow. 

All you need to do is inspect your home plants from time to time and remove dirt, wilted leaves and flowers from the ground. Remove all leaf litter carefully because if you leave them, they will infect the new leaves that emerge in the spring and gradually invade your entire garden. So, clean your garden thoroughly all over the year, especially in the fall. 


If followed consistently, this process can be one of the most efficient ways to maintain your house plants and garden.

Properly trim the damaged limbs 

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You must remove and trim the plants properly and at the appropriate times. This is primarily because injured limbs can develop diseases. Trimming your plant in the winter will keep the infection from spreading to new growth. Make use of razor-sharp tools to achieve clean cuts that heal quickly.

Do not overcrowd your home garden with plants 

If you are new to gardening, you may go overboard with plants and end up hoarding your garden. Unfortunately, by doing so, your garden might lose its charm. 

There are several reasons for not crowding your home garden, but the most significant is that it reduces competition among plants for adequate light, nutrients and water. If plants do not receive these necessities, they will become frail and susceptible to diseases. Keeping the plants too close may infect healthy plants as well.


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