Preparing Your Garden in the Spring
1. When To Start
2. Change Locations and Rotate Crops
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3. Add Nitrogen by Planting a Cover Crop
4. Take a Soil Test
Soil testing is often neglected by the home gardener. But a soil test will show you which nutrients are lacking in your vegetables and fruits. Most tests suggest which additives and amendments will help the growth of your crops.
5. Add Compost to Improve Your Soil
- Winter savory
Also, plant garlic now if you didn’t get it planted in fall, allow nine months for harvest.
Soil for growing herbs does not need to be rich or even amended with anything other than a light amount of compost. As mentioned above, compost improves drainage, necessary for growing herbs.
Start the Tulsi plant from seeds indoors. Then put it outside when temperatures warm, and pay particular attention to pinching, pruning, and fertilizing
If you take special care of your Tulsi basil plant through summer, it will be hearty and robust to come inside to live as a houseplant next fall. This provides regular use of Holy Basil leaves for your ailments.
Wherever you’re located, start getting your spring garden ready to grow your choice of vegetables and herbs. They’re healthier for you and your family and will offer you a sense of accomplishment.
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Written by Becca Badgett
Becca is a long- time gardener with a passion for growing organically in the vegetable garden and sharing her experience. She believes everyone should grow a herb garden, inground or in containers and use those herbs on a regular basis to improve overall health. Her passion for growing led her to attend a Horticulture Program at a local community college and share what she’s learned with numerous articles on the web. She is certified in Greenhouse Management and Operations, Landscape Design and is licensed as an NC Pest Control professional. Take advantage of her expertise through our gardening articles and get your garden growing. She contributed to the book “How to Grow an Emergency Garden”, available on Amazon. Read it free on Kindle Unlimited