Winter has gone and spring has come. Every living creature on the planet is rejoicing. We can not wait to explore the beauty outside as signs of life can be seen blossoming everywhere. The thought of climate change and global warming, aside from having sheer delight in being able to give life to something, is a great excuse to find out whether you have a green thumb.
Whether you have or don’t yet have a garden at home, making one isn’t as hard as you think it is. Look for a clear spot somewhere in your yard that is exposed to the sun and is likewise close to a water source. The first thing in your agenda is to make sure that the area is clear of anything and the soil is fertile or risk wasting all your time and effort trying to make a garden where plants won’t actually grow. Today, there are different ideas for the budding gardener depending on your preference and what usual plants grow in your region. If you want to start your own garden at home this spring, here are a few tips you need to remember:
Plan, plan, plan
Before you start digging any dirt, figure out