Reshni Ratnam from couriermail.com.au said that When it comes to gardening it doesn’t always have to be hard yakka. You can have a pretty garden with very little input.
That means, forget weeding and any sort of backbreaking work.
As a result of Covid lockdowns and isolation periods, research shows more Australians have taken up gardening than ever before. However, now that some of us are back in the office, or have home schooling to deal with as well as work, new garden enthusiasts might just need some tips to save their plants from dying.
It’s important to know your soil. If you don’t know what soil texture you’re dealing with, then you should head to your local garden nursery and pick their brains.
You will need to figure out what plants will thrive in your garden outside, and which ones will adore the indoors. Choosing the right plants will reduce the amount of work you need to do in the future.