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Home Garden – Everything you need to know 

Picking plants for your home garden requires care and an eye for detail. At first look, everything in the nursery would look wonderful. Be careful. Take a look at the available space you have for home garden and pick plants accordingly.

Before you go plant-shopping for your Home Garden

Obviously, before you go to the nursery to make your buy, you must have some thought regarding what plant to bring home. If this is your first time and you’re simply starting in the garden, ensure that you have these things clear before plant-shopping.

Garden soil

Ensure the soil in your garden centre is proper for the type of plants you have as a top priority to develop. Likewise, make sure the soil has been arranged and prepared for the transplanting.

Home Garden structure

It serves to as of now have a thought regarding the format and the structure you would like for your garden. If you would like more than one plant then you need to know that how much space will require for each plant.

Here are some points to look out while picking plants

1. Impressions

Get a review of the plants in the nursery. Notice parts and how they mix together. You need to check whether the plants looking strong and are properly cared for overall.

2. Plant size

Where plants are concerned, taller is never better. Go for the perfect – average height.

3. Appearance

Examine the plant you pick. The leaves ought to be glossy, green and solid looking. Try not to purchase plants with yellowish or yellowed leaves or those that clearly look unwell.


4. Wellbeing

Check the both sides of the leaves. You need to ensure your plant does not show darkened territories, openings, spots, mush, twists and stains.

5. Stem Condition

You’d like to pick a plant with a solid stem. If the stem is woody or thick, ensure it is smooth and clean and bears no indications of splits or stress. Earlier damage can weaken a plant.

6. Root structure

Notice the roots of potted plants. If it appears that the roots are an excessive number of or are standing out from the base of the plant, this could show pressure; the plant may take time to recover.

7. Weeds

Mind the weeds on the potted plant you pick. If there are indeed weeds in the pot, that is a poor sign.