So, we guess that if you’re reading this blog entry now, you are an avid gardener yourself, right? Which in turn means that as we’re talking about the ways to compost your garden, the more you should be listening.
The less chemicals you use, the better!
Mulch Your Landscape
Well, in case you didn’t know it, the matter of the fact is that your garden, your plants, and specifically your garden’s soil that everything grows upon need protecting. Mulching will be a perfect way of providing such a natural and harmless, chemicals-free kind of protection. So, first thing’s first…
Yeah, getting your garden full of these ever-blooming trees or plants may enhance its look tremendously! Our piece of advice on that will be to firstly pick those perennials that are best adapted to your USDA Zone; you can find Zone information on the plant tag. To save money, you can buy small perennials.
Mow with an Electric or Manual Mower
Well, in case you’re missing the point of why exactly we’re pointing those two most common lawn-mowing options out to you all, this most likely means that you’ve never used a gas-powered mower. This also might mean, that you might not be aware of just how pollutive the gas-powered mowing can be for the environment!