A thriving garden awaits you if you apply what you are about to learn in the following paragraphs.
Use both biennials and annuals to add colour to your flower bed. Fast-growing annuals and biennials can brighten up a flower bed, and allow you to change the look from season to season and year to year. Use these beautiful flowers to line your driveway, surround trees and shrubs, and for decorative hanging baskets. Some plants to get you started include petunia, marigold, sunflower, rudbekcia, and cosmos.
Would you like to grow your own beetroot? View this clip, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1cT5EzjDIU to find out how to do it in 4 easy steps. A beetroot will typically take 90 days to grow depending on the variety that you are trying out.
Cover fences and walls with lots of climbers. You can hide an unsightly wall or fence, in as little as one growing season, with the right selection of climbing plant. No need to worry if a bush or tree is in the way, as climbers can grow through them. Also, they can match the shape of an arbor. Some of these plants must have support, and some can attach themselves to something using their stems and tendrils. Honeysuckle and jasmine are very beautiful varieties of such climbers.
Prior to planting a garden, think through what you want to do. Use this to remind you where certain things were planted, later when they start sprouting. In addition, some plants are so small you might forget you planted them once all your plants sprout. Planning stops these plants from getting lost in the crowd.
You are now equipped with some knowledge and new skills to apply to an organic garden of your own. That's wonderful! Learning is a constant process, so use the insights gained here to enhance your skills in organic gardening. Now, you can apply this new information to make your organic garden function better and become a more enjoyable endeavour.