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Hi everybody today i would like to share about HOW TO START A FLOWER GARDEN. 

Garden can be fun to plant, and entertaining to grow. Whether it is a veggie garden, a herb garden, or flower garden, it is great to watch it grow. Many people have a garden because they love fresh flowers and vegetable or just fun of it.

  1. Start small. Enthusiasm for gardening is great but can rapidly deteriorate when work mounts. Start with a small flower bed, let say 25 square feet which provides room for 20 to 30 plants with perhaps three types of annuals, and one or two perennials.Make a small border, or you first flower gardening in a container. Two or three plants sharing a fancy container can look stunning and give and give you a sample of what is to come.
  2. Make a detailed landscaping plan and dig a flower bed to fit the scheme. You can either plan it on paper or simply lay it out in your garden. Laying a garden hose  on the ground is one way to mark or plan a gentle curve.
  3. Choose a site. How much sun an area gets is prime consideration. Six hours of sunlight will do for most variety of plant. Stay away from underground utility lines and allow at least three feet from a building or fence.In hot climates, it is best to have some shade from the relentless afternoon sun, so a flower bed to the east of a building, or fence usually works best. Your garden will also need frequent watering.
  4. Choose a site with good soil, if possible. All soils can be improved, but avoid areas with shallow, rocky soil, where water stands or steep slopes. Stay at least 20 ft away from a large tree or 5ft away from size able bush. Trees will compete with your garden for water and nutrients.
  5. Get a soil test. While not strictly required, a soil test will help determine what nutrients the soil requires which indicates what fertilisers the soil needs as well as its pH.
  6. Start digging.One you locate a site and mark out the boundaries with a water hose, remove all sod and pieces of grass or weeds that may resprout. Use a spade or garden fork to completely dig up the bed at least eight inches deep. Remove rocks and debris.
  7. Level the bed and break any clods with a rake.Add one or more inch of compost or manure, more if the soil is poor. If the soil is sandy, add peat moss or grass cutting to improve the soil's water holding capacity. Add lime if the soil is too acid. Most plants like neutral to slightly acid soil.
  8. Buy plants or seeds then plants according to their direction.Smaller plants go in the front of the bed. Most plants are planted at the same depth they were growing. Firm the soil around them. remember when placing plants, they will grow, so start with extra space and read the labels carefully to see how much space to leave.
  9. Water thoroughly. A good gardener will check whether water is required before watering. How much water depends on the needs of your plants, the climate, and exposure, and how much rain it gets.
  10. Lastly, cut spent blooms periodically.Many plants will re-bloom, but only if the old blooms are cut. Also, support and prune your plants as necessary.



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