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A foster garden is a garden that consists of fruits, vegetables, herbs and herbs. All these plants will allow you to feed yourself and therefore save a lot of money. If done right, your nourishing garden can operate all year round. Whether on your bacon or on your garden, you can create your own nourishing garden yourself. How? 'Or' What ? Here are all of our tips.
Why have a nourishing garden?
Having a foster garden has only benefits. Your fruits, vegetables and other crops are organic since grown without pesticides. They are always in season, very tasty and therefore excellent for health. Another advantage, having a nourishing garden is both responsible and very economical! Finally, taking the time to garden is excellent for morale and very fun, so make your children enjoy it.
Choose the right location
For a successful and therefore abundant nourishing garden, you must start well. Start by choosing its location, ideally the nourishing garden should have a sunny part and a part in the shade. So you can grow more plants. Take care that your nourishing garden is not too much at the mercy of the wind.
Start your food garden well
Once the location is chosen, inspect the soil. Weed your plot naturally and water the soil regularly to create a healthy environment conducive to future crops. At the same time, go around garden centers and organic shops to find fruit and vegetable seeds. Do not hesitate to get lots of advice from sellers. Finally, if you don't have one, start a compost.
What to grow?
You can grow everything in your foster garden: fruits, vegetables, herbs, herbs, etc. Choose your crops according to the size of your garden and the time you want to give it. Make small plots for each type of plant. If you have little gardening experience, we recommend growing plants that are easy to maintain. We recommend salads, all squash, carrots, green beans, peas, spinach or radishes. On the fruit side, bet on strawberries, raspberries and rhubarb. And for aromatic herbs, start with chives, mint, basil, parsley and thyme.
Focus on maintenance
You must regularly maintain your nourishing garden. Don't worry, you don't have to spend your day there! However, you must take the time to weed your plots, to water your crops at the right frequency and in the right quantity, to renew them, to harvest your plantations at the right time, and by the way to keep them well, and finally, you must protect your garden from the vagaries of the weather. Depending on the plantations chosen, having a small greenhouse may be useful. The greenhouse becomes essential if you live in an area where the weather is capricious or if your garden is not sheltered at all.