Your house will be fresher and lighter by green plants, regardless of indoor or outdoor plants. And it’d be greater if you have a small garden right in your home. It is, however, may be hard to take care of flower garden if you are a beginner in gardening. Some flower plants are sensitive to weather changes and can wither in a short period under harsh conditions. If you want your flower garden blossoms beautifully in the right season, you need to do some special care for them. Read on to know more about the right caring for your flower garden.
Water your flower properly
It depends on the type of your garden and the natural elements of your area that the caring process can be different. As a result of this, the amount of watering also depends on the weather and the soil in your garden.
In general, flower garden needs more water in the summer, at least once a day. Because plants lose lots of water during this season, they can wither and die if we don’t water them properly.
Tip: when the leaves are wet, the plant will be under threat of leaf problems. If you plan to water the plant, do at a time when the leaves can dry quickly.
Protect flower garden against pests
A flower garden can easily draw pests’ attention by its bright colors and scent. Pests like bugs, whiteflies, gnats can attack your garden and harm them. Some pests, especially aphids are one of the most common virus carriers, spread necrotic spot virus, a severe disease to plants.
You should install straps and barriers to prevent pests. Removing weed and keeping the ground clean and tidy is also an excellent way to avoid bugs.
If your plants are attacked by bugs, you should consider using an appropriate pesticide to kill them.
Remove weed from your flower garden
Weeds are easy to grow up in most of the soil, especially when the weather is humid after raining. They also take up valuable nutrients in the ground that your plant can’t grow normally.
As a result of this, you need to remove any weed whenever you see them grow up. If you have a small flower garden, you can remove them by grasping each weed as close as to the land as you’re able, then pulling it straight up.
If you have a big garden, weed killers are necessary to remove all of them.
Fertilize your plants
The soil loses fertility throughout time so it can lead to inadequate nutrients problem for your plants.
You should find out the specific mineral requirements of your flower plant to use appropriate fertilizers. It’s better to ask the experienced at the fertilizer store to make sure you do not harm your plant by using the wrong ones.
Tip: you should mix the fertilizer into the above sold to avoid running-off of nutrients by water.
Prune your flower regularly
You should keep an eye on your flower garden regularly. If there are dead leaves or dead flowers, you should remove them immediately. Pruning not only stimulates the new growth but also prevents the disease from spreading to the rest of your plant.