Gardening requires a lot of tools such as spades, shovels, pruners, trugs and hoes. Among other things. But there are some useful items you may need to bring outdoors with you to make gardening more pleasant and successful.
Your garden is likely not the stereotypical perfect garden that is portrayed in advertising. It probably has flaws that drive you nuts and make you want to give up gardening. But there are solutions or workarounds for all those annoying garden problems.
The winter garden may not be that inviting at first glance. But if you bundle up warm for a walk through it, you will be surprised at what delights await.
Gardening, especially growing your own food, has many benefits that can positively impact your family's health. Not only can it improve physical health, but by creating a tranquil garden retreat, you can also improve the mental health of your family and visitors.
Do you find sometimes that you miss something that needs to be done in your yard or garden because you don't get a chance to visit all the areas? I find that happens often with my yard and garden and some critical tasks don't get done. For me it is important to regularly do a garden maintenance walk to see what I may have missed during my less comprehensive visits to the garden.
A garden traditionally has always meant quite a bit of work. How do you overcome the "I have so much to do I don't know where do I start" syndrome? What are the best ways to start making progress in your garden and stop procrastinating?