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Do you want to learn how to garden? Here are five pointers to get you started.

Gardening is a skill that takes time to master. Here are some pointers to get you started.

 

Gardening and plant care may be extremely calming. The practice allows you to care for living beings while potentially reaping some rewards, such as vegetables. Gardening, on the other hand, can be stressful, especially if you lack the elusive green thumb.

Gardening, like many other occupations and hobbies, has become more popular as the pandemic has progressed. Knowing you can grow your own food is incredibly satisfying, especially in the midst of the apocalypse. Even yet, if you've ever tried to feed a tomato or zucchini, you've probably seen it shrivel up right in front of your eyes. Gardening is influenced by the weather and the plant, as well as how well you care for it.

Here are five guidelines to help you get started, whether you're planting some fruit to eat or your own batch of weed:

1. Set reasonable objectives.

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It's best to come in with reasonable aims and expectations if you've never planted and cultivated a plant before. Gardening isn't rocket science, but it does have a science to it that you'll learn via trial and error. Begin slowly and with a little, doable endeavor. Do this if you're growing your first weed plant. Do that if you're going to plant cucumbers. Stick to a small task and use patience.

2. Keep an eye on the sun.

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The sun is your ally, and the more of it there is, the better. Look around your space for a spot that gets a lot of sun and place your pot there.

3. Know your plants as well as the weather.

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Planting veggies and plants is determined by your location as well as the type of plant you want to cultivate. Conduct some research about the types of plants that thrive in your area at this time of year. You'll be more likely to succeed in the long term and lose fewer plants if you do it this way.

4. Pay attention to them, but not excessively.

Plants require love and attention, but not too much love and attention, or they will rot. Photo by Matthew Henry via Burst. Plants require love and attention, but not too much love and attention, or they will rot. This has happened to me on a number of occasions.

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Don't use a one-size-fits-all approach because each plant has various needs and recommendations. The majority of plants want moist soil; devise a watering schedule that suits you, possibly in the mornings when there is more sunlight. Reduce your watering if you find that the water is gathering and the soil is becoming excessively saturated. If the dirt appears to be too dry, apply extra.

5. Allow yourself some leeway.

You should expect some heartbreak if you're serious about your gardening hobby. Your plants will perish and contract diseases, and the next time you'll know how to better care for them. If you stick with it, you'll eventually be smoking your own weed or eating your own veggies, which is pretty great.

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