Friday, 13 October 2017

Can You Get More From Your Garden?


Whether you’re an avid gardener, or you’ve new to the hobby, you may wonder if there’s anything else that you can get out of your garden. The answer to that is mostly yes. Because no matter how much work you put in and how much time you spend out there gardening, you’ll also find that you can do more. However, what you may not realize, is that you can actually get more out of your garden than you first thought. Your garden can actually give back. And not just to you, but to the environment too. So, if you want to start making the most of your garden, and ensuring that it’s doing all it can, here’s what you need to focus on.

Growing Vegetables

First of all, you may to want to think about growing some vegetables. Growing vegetables is often what a lot of us would like to do but, for one reason or another, we never quite get round to it. So now’s the time to prepare the ground. You can also decide on what you want to grow, and where you’re going to grow it until the growing season begins.

Creating Compost

Something that you can start right away, if you’re not already, is creating your own compost. Composting can be a really great way to minimise your impact on the world, make use of waste, and allow your garden to nurture itself. By creating a compost pile and recycling waste such as vegetable matter and autumn leaves, you’ll be able to create some compost that you can then use to put nutrients back into the soil when it's needed.


Collecting Rainwater

You could also think about ways in which you can collect rainwater. Even if you usually use your mains water system to water various areas of your garden, you may find that collecting rainwater is kinder to plants and minimises your impact on the environment. So get some water tanks set up in the garden and start collecting now.

Sourcing Water

If you want to go one step further, you could also think about how you’re able to source your own water for the house too. With companies such as Nicholls Boreholes, you can have water boreholes made in your garden. This means that your home can generate its own supply of water from the land, that’s chemical free, allowing you to really get more from your garden.

Nurturing Nature

And finally, you could also ensure that your garden gives back by becoming a natural hotspot in its own little way. There are different things you can do to encourage wildlife into your garden. From planting flowers and having a water feature, to even putting food out for the birds and small animals, you’ll definitely be able to get more from your garden and so will the local wildlife.

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