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Planting A Front Yard Garden

If you plant a garden in your front lawn properly, it can end up being the prize of your house – but if you are thinking of putting in a front lawn garden, you better make sure you plant it properly, as it will be the first thing visitors see when they come to your house! If you want to plant a front lawn garden that is beautiful and lasting, follow these tips to learn how to get started.

Prepare the area: You need to recognize that the plants you plant will hopefully grow, which means that you need to set aside enough space for your front lawn garden that – as it grows and matures over time – it will have the space it requires. After you set the right area aside, you will need to prepare the area for a garden by making sure it drains well and will be able to support all the things you hope to plant; break up the top 6 to 8 inches of the soil with a shovel, until it has a fine, gritty consistency.

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Prepare to plant: After you have prepared the area for your garden, you will need to prepare the area for planting by layering the soil with one to two inches of compost or fertilizer and then using a shovel or a rake to make sure the fertilizer is mixed down into the soil.

Plant: There are certain requirements every tree and plant has as far as shade and sun, so you should plant your trees and shrubs first, as the availability of sunlight for your flowers and ground plants will be affected by the position of these trees.

After your trees and shrubs are all planted where you want them, you will be able to plant your flowers and ground cover according to needs each plant has, and once you have done this, your front yard will be adorned with a beautiful garden that will impress all who visit your home!

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July 26, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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