6 Great Tips To Create A Successful Tiny Garden!

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3. Don’t Be Boring

Planting different, compatible plants in the same bed ensures that both species are better off. Usually, the reason the two are compatible is because they help to keep each other healthy or to produce better. Both are wins for your garden, where even one plant’s loss is felt very much. Research which types of plants do well together and plan on planting those together for maximum garden success. Also, remember that many herbs are helpful to plants as well since they’re usually strong smells keep the insects and plant-eaters at bay.

 

4. Choose Perennials

These plants will grow back year after year without you having to plant them again. Not only does it save you time, but most of these will also increase their production every year and be more and more successful in your garden. They’re also great for improving the health of your soil since it doesn’s need to be tilled and taken out every year. Raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries all grow back year after year and they each make great container plants. Other perennial vegetables include asparagus, rhubarb, horseradish, globe artichoke, watercress, capers, and even some species of kale.

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