10 Awesome Minimalist Garden Ideas to begin with!

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Let’s Design Your Garden!

Bored of Gardening Tips?

Want some Action?

Fun Starts 21st July 2017 as we will together Design your Garden!!

Coming Up a 11-Day D-I-Y Series starting 21st July 2017 where we Create, Upgrade, Modify, Design and Redesign Your Garden!!

How Does it Work?

I’ll have a series of Blog Post (1 post a day) where we step by step set up your Garden!

Right from selecting a place to selecting right kind of plants; from Garden Decor right till designing we will be covering everything!

The best thing about this fest, I’ll be available all throughout those 11 days right here and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google plus for any help or suggestion that you’ll need! We can have live interactive session through Skype and Facebook Video Calls!

So be there as we head into our Gardening Zone and celebrate Life! 🙂

Happy Gardening! 🙂

 

 

Pot Your Own Plant!

One mistake you can never afford is letting someone else (Probably the maali or Gardner) pot your plant. The biggest secret of a long lasting healthy garden is potting your own plant. 

But before I tell you how to pot your plant, let me tell you, why you need to pot your plant. All the plants in the nursery are fed with tons of chemical fertilizers so that they keep blooming constantly, thereby attracting the customers and soaring the sales. Now when the gardener pots your plant he has already made his sale and is least bothered as to what he is putting in the pot. He just adds some stones and gravels in the bottom, places the plant and covers the remaining area with any type soil that is available with him. No wonder, after a few days, your plant first stops blooming, then falls sick and eventually dies.

Potting your Plant will help you ensure your plant receives optimum nutrition and stays healthy.

I’ll be talking about how to Pot your Plant in the upcoming 11 day series of Lets Design Your Garden starting 21st July 2017!

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