Some people could spend all day in their garden. Then there are those of us who love our gardens but don’t have the ability to devote entire days to them. If this describes you, you do not need to give up your green habits. Instead, find ways to save time while gardening. To get started, check out our tips on how to save time gardening below.
This type of mower offers two benefits to you. First of all, you will not need to rake up and bag the cut grass after you finish mowing, which is often the most time-consuming aspect of cutting the grass. Secondly, it helps to fertilize the soil, which means less money and time spent to keep your lawn lush and green.
Perennials are generally favored because they return year after year, which means less planting for you. However, most perennials still need dead-heading to remove faded flowers in order for them to keep blooming or keep looking their best. However, there are perennials that do not require this, such as impatiens and fibrous begonias.
You do not need to plant new seeds each year to grow vegetables—if you choose the right ones. Asparagus and perennial herbs are examples of annual veggies and herbs that you do not need to replant each year, making it easier on you.
Gardening can be rewarding, but it can also be backbreaking work. When gardening hurts, you have to take multiple breaks, which extends the time you spend on the task. Instead, raise your beds so you do not need to hunch over as much, making it easier to complete tasks in a single go.
This type of food is in pellet form and is mixed into the plant soil. It is designed to break down slowly over the entire season, ensuring that your plants receive the nutrients they need over many months, without any extra effort on your part. Rather than “feeding” plants multiple times a week, you do it once and forget about it.