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Frequently Asked Question!
The frequency of watering depends on the type of plant, soil conditions, and climate. Generally, it’s best to water when the top inch of soil feels dry.
Well-draining soil rich in organic matter, such as compost, is ideal. Different plants may have specific soil requirements, so it’s good to know the needs of your specific plants.
Most plants thrive in full sunlight, which means at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. However, some plants, like ferns, prefer shade.
Regularly inspect your plants for signs of pests. Use natural remedies like neem oil or introduce beneficial insects. Maintaining good garden hygiene and avoiding over-fertilization can also help prevent pest infestations.
Adding compost or well-rotted manure enriches soil with nutrients. Crop rotation and cover cropping also help maintain soil fertility.
Too much water can lead to yellowing leaves and root rot, while too little water can cause wilting and dry, brown leaves. Adjust your watering based on the specific needs of your plants.