Which Garden is Perfect for You ?

If you're thinking about starting a garden, the first thing you may need to
think about is what type of garden you may want to have. There are many different choices and it can be hard to pick only one, but hopefully you can
narrow it down. By narrowing it down, you will make the gardening
experience easier on your plants and on yourself. If all of your plants are
similar, then it should not be hard to care for all of them. Here are
some of the main garden ideas for you to pick or choose from.

If you are just looking for something to look nice in the yard, you may
want a flower garden. Flower Gardens are usually filled in with perennial flowers. Perennial flowers are flowers that stay healthy all year round. They're basically weeds because of their hardiness, but they are nice looking. Different climates and areas have different flowers which are considered to be called perennials.
If you do an internet search for your area, you can usually find a
list of flowers that will bring your flower garden to life. These usually
only require work during the planting stage, after that, the flowers take care
of themselves. 

Another choice for your garden is a vegetable garden. These
usually require a little more time, work and research than a flower garden, but can be more rewarding. No matter what time or season of the year it is, you can almost always find one vegetable that is still prospering. This way you can have your garden producing, produce almost each and every day of the year! When starting a vegetable garden, you should start it with the thought in mind that you will be adding more types of vegetables later on. This will help you to expand your garden. Once all of your current crops are out of season, you will not be stuck with nowhere to put the new crops. A vegetable garden is ideal for someone who wants produce, but doesn't want to devote a lot of time to perfecting their garden (see below.) 

One of the more difficult types of gardens in my opinion to manage is athe fruit garden. It is I think the most high-maintenance. When growing fruits, a lot more pests will be attracted due to the sweetness. You not only have to make sure and have just the right dirt and fertilizer, you have to choose a pesticide that won't kill whoever or whatever eats the fruits. More than likely your fruit garden will probably not produce year-round. The soil needs to be exactly right for the plants to grow, and putting in more fruit trees or plants during its off-season could be disastrous to its growing process. If you are willing to put a lot of work into maintaining and keeping up a garden, then a fruit garden could be a good choice of a garden for you. 

Now that I've touched on some of the main garden types that people
choose, I hope that you can make a good decision on which types or type that you will choose. The garden type all comes down to what kind of product that you want, and also how much work you want to put into it. If you're looking for no product with no work, you may want to choose a flower garden. If you want a lot of delicious tasting product, and you are willing
to spend hours in your garden each day, then you may want to choose a fruit garden.


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