10 Great Gardening Hacks & Tips! – Life Hacks Tips

10 Great Gardening Hacks & Tips!


Spring will be here soon, and for many that means getting their gardens and lawns back into shape. This seems like a lot of work for some people, but we at Tamate Landscaping have created a great list of gardening tips and tricks for anyone interesting is gardening!

Determine What You Want to Do Before Getting Started

Mentioning this as your first tip might sound like a bit of a cheat, but it’s too important not to mention. Before you get started with your garden or your lawn, try to decide what you want to do with it. By sketching your landscape design on paper, you can know exactly what you need and save a lot of money

2. Plant Seedlings in Eggshells

Eggshells make great eco-friendly planters for growing your seedlings before they go in your garden. Just clean out your eggshells after using them, fill them with soil, plant your seeds and let them grow in a carton. Once your seedlings get big enough, crack the bottoms of the shells, remove the shards and place the plant and shell in your garden. The eggshells will dissolve in the soil and add some much-needed nutrients to your garden

3. Save Your Rice Water

The next time you cook rice, save the water you used to wash the rice instead of pouring down the drain. It makes a great all-natural fertilizer for your plants.

4. Introduce Ladybugs Into Your Garden

If you have a problem with aphids destroying your plants, introduce some ladybugs into your garden to kill the destructive pests. Ladybugs are natural predators of aphids, and releasing them into your yard is a good way to protect your garden without using insecticides.

5. Add Some Coffee Grounds

Coffee grounds are not only great at keeping slugs at bay, but they can also hinder mold and mildew growth. They’re also rich in nutrients, so they make a great fertilizer. If you drink a lot of coffee in your home, you no doubt have some wet coffee grounds that go into the trash every day, but they should be going into your garden instead.

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source: tamatelandscaping.com