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Tips to maintain flower garden in your home

Tips to maintain flower garden in your home

A flower garden is a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues, where delicate petals sway in the breeze. It’s a symphony of colours, a fragrant sanctuary, a haven for butterflies and bees and provides positive vibrations. Its beauty lies in the harmonious blend of textures, the changing seasons, and the emotional resonance of nature’s artistry, captivating hearts with its ephemeral grace. We at Mordhana Ashram Organic Nursery Garden understand the harmony of a family and enrich the calmness of minds in family by setting up colourful garden with organic lawn grass like Mexican grass, Korean grass and Australian grass (Yoga grass) and Colourful Flower plants.


Here is the secret 10 tips to maintain the Flower garden in a professional manner:

  1. Choose the Right Location: Most flowering plants require at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. Choose a spot in your garden that receives adequate sunlight. Some plants, like azaleas and ferns, thrive in partial or full shade.


  1. Soil Preparation: Invest in good quality soil. Test your soil to understand its pH and nutrient levels. Most flowers prefer well-draining soil. You can improve drainage by adding organic matter like compost.


  1. Select the Right Plants: Choose flowers that are suitable for your climate, soil type, and sunlight conditions. Consider factors like height, color, and blooming season to create a visually appealing garden.


  1. Planting Technique: Follow planting instructions carefully. Make sure you plant your flowers at the right depth and spacing. Water the plants immediately after planting to reduce transplant shock.


  1. Watering: Water your flowers deeply but less frequently. Early morning is the best time to water, as it allows the plants to absorb moisture before the heat of the day. Use a soaker hose or drip irrigation to water at the base of the plants, avoiding foliage.


  1. Mulching: Mulch helps to retain soil moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature. Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as wood chips or straw, around your plants. Mulching also adds nutrients to the soil as it breaks down.


  1. Fertilizing: Use a balanced fertilizer to provide essential nutrients to your plants. However, avoid over-fertilizing, as it can lead to excessive foliage growth at the expense of flowers.


  1. Deadheading: Regularly remove dry flowers (a practice called deadheading). This encourages continuous blooming by preventing the plant from putting energy into seed production.


  1. Pruning (cutting): Prune your plants as needed. This can involve removing dead or diseased branches, shaping the plant for aesthetic reasons, or cutting back certain perennials to encourage a second bloom.


  1. Pest and Disease Control: Keep an eye out for signs of pests or diseases. Early detection can prevent major damage. Use natural remedies or organic pesticides whenever possible to minimize the impact on beneficial insects.

We, at Mordhana Ashram Organic Nursery Garden, are providing free consultation for home garden for more than 10 years. We are happy in sharing our experienced result driven knowledge that will help you a lot to maintain your lovable garden. Feel free to call us at 9751608818  and for more details visit our website

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