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Having your very own garden can be a great feeling, especially when it looks great. A garden can fill you with a sense of pride and can add beauty and value to your home. If you are considering getting started on a garden in your back or front yard, consider these three things before getting started:


First of all, you need to look around your back yard, front yard, or side yard and decide on a place to have a garden. You may need to set up some rocks, do a little weeding and bring in some soil to get the ball rolling. The place you choose should be away from the line of fire of trampling children or urinating pets. Try to pick a place that gets both sun and shade but is not in the middle of your yard where it is hard to maneuver around. It's best to start with a small garden in the corner of your yard and work from there.


Next, garden care takes time and effort. Most people will dedicate several hours to tilling, planting, harvesting, watering, pruning and maintaining every season except for winter. You need to be prepared to put in the work and have that extra hour a week to do so.


Finally, what kind of garden do you want? There are various garden varieties, all of which can add an element of style to your outdoor area. Many people will choose to grow their own vegetable or herb garden as a way to save on their weekly shopping. Some great garden vegetables include beans, tomatoes, pumpkin, carrots, and potatoes. Herb gardens can also be handy as you can grow your own oregano, chives, cilantro, parsley and much more.

However, flower gardens are still the most popular. Many people will choose to plant flowers that match their outdoor decorations and furniture. For example, if you have a swimming pool, then blue flowers can match the water. Or, if you love the colorful reds and pinks, planting roses may brighten up your outdoor area.

When it comes to flower gardens, most garden beginners will start out with annuals as they are the easiest to take care of. You will need to water them twice a week and always consult the directions and sales staff about what your flowers will need. While some flowers love the shade, others need the sun. These things need to be taken into consideration when considering the theme of your new garden.

The Best Conditions and Home Remedy Secrets to Rose Garden Care
Roses are one of the most popular choices when it comes to home gardens. And why not? They are beautiful; they are romantic, and they smell divine. Furthermore, having your very own rose bush allows you to save a small fortune each year on flowers for birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, Valentine's Day and those times when you need to say "I'm Sorry". However, roses are not the easiest flowers to grow. They are stubborn little things that need the utmost care and the perfect garden environment. Here are some tips for caring for your rose bush and making these beautiful flowers the highlight of your garden.

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