It’s all about gardening. A to-do list in your garden, some planning tips considering the rainfall in your garden, we learn about Japanese Quinces, and reasons to have indoor plants in your house.
Even though February has gone and we are almost in April, you might be interested in some of the tasks the article details. If you like to enjoy your garden or yard whenever the weather is good, this certainly is a good place to start. This way by summer (fingers crossed the weather is good this year) you might have a nice garden to enjoy and relax on.
You might be thinking on new additions for your garden either for summer or next winter. The Japanese Quince is perfect if you are thinking on something to still enjoy in your garden until the summer when the rest of your plants flower. And next year you will be able to enjoy the colour at the time your garden might be lacking some.
If you are a gardener in Ireland you know the one thing that never fails: Rain. It rains, and it rains. And unfortunately sometimes is not helpful for your plants. Too much rain or torrential rain makes no favours to your plants. So it’s a good idea to plan your garden considering how the amount of rain and how it falls and drains in your garden will affect your plants and your design. And this is a very good starting point. It gives some starting ideas about how to deal with rain in the garden and some advice that might even help dealing with rain affecting your house.
Not ready for an outdoor garden? Then we have the perfect reading for you. Plants look wonderful indoors and they can be the perfect finishing touch in your decor. They look fantastic and they improve the air quality in your house and will make any home look more alive with their presence.