The 7 rules of a "lazy" garden: How to organize your garden so it requires minimal effort

This article provides a comprehensive guide to creating a low-maintenance garden. It covers seven key principles, including mulching all plantings, choosing unpretentious plants, limiting lawn space, making high garden beds, using low-maintenance materials for garden paths, creating a "new wave" garden, and setting up automatic irrigation. The article is filled with practical tips and cost estimations to help you create a beautiful garden that requires minimal effort to maintain.

 

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Preparing the vegetable garden for spring planting: how to properly prepare the beds

 

Get your garden ready for success! Ensure fertile soil by fertilizing and planning a convenient plot layout. Time your preparations based on your region's climate, typically starting in April. Check soil readiness by its crumble factor and moisture depth. Improve soil heating with techniques like black film or hot water with manganese. Clear debris, cultivate, and loosen the soil. Boost fertility with organic or mineral fertilizers based on plant needs. Plan and form beds, choosing types like classical, deep, or tall. For greenhouse beds, include disinfection, soil replacement, and early preparation. A well-prepared garden sets the foundation for healthy, high-yield crops.

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