Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Tips For The Best Landscaping Practices For Your Own Home Garden.

In order to make a great landscape, there are certain
tried-and-tested practices that you can follow. Not only do
these practices help you create a beautiful landscape, they
also ensure that you do not waste any money and that you
are not harming the environment in any way.

Here are some of the best landscaping practices that you
can do in your own home garden.

1. Design your landscape in a way where water is retained
well. This doesn’t only go for water that comes from your
sprinklers but also storm runoffs.

By having this kind of set-up, you do not spend a lot on
watering your plants and you also help keep your
community’s water supply at bay.



2. Use fertilizers responsibly. Some people become
trigger-happy when it comes to using fertilizers on their
landscapes.

While putting in too much fertilizer can be detrimental to
the environment, using organic fertilizers or choosing
plants that are well-accustomed to the local environment
will help in curbing the problem.



3. Take it easy on pesticides and weed killers - just like
fertilizers, pesticides and weed killers can do more harm
than good if used irresponsibly.



4. Schedule watering of the plants. Watering the plants
early in the morning help in retaining the water much
longer than doing it at noon for example.



While considering the time for watering the plants may seem
like a small thing, it translates to something big when the
water supply is put into the equation.

Please leave your comments, we enjoy reading them.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

2 comments:

this blessed nest said...

you are so right with these tips. if i could just wake up early enough to water, before the little ones, i could mark one thing off my list. sounds as if you love working in the yard. i enjoy it so much. wish i could spend more time planting, perhaps next year i will have more time.

Marketing Unscrambled, learn to earn 14 said...

Thank you for visiting our blog today.

It is difficult to do sometimes. It takes a bit of time to get it all done and looking nice. It is a great pass time.

Have a good day.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"