How You Can Still Enjoy Gardening In An Artificial Grass Garden San Diego
Have you determined that a low-maintenance, ever-green artificial grass garden appeals to you, but you believe you’d miss gardening too much? Although it may seem contradictory for a gardening enthusiast to enjoy the concept of artificial grass, many gardeners would rather spend their time and energy caring for flowers and plants than tending to a lawn. Many homeowners who install artificial grass, in reality, have vibrant, active gardens. Learn how to garden in an artificial grass garden while still having fun.
Plants In Pots
Artificial grass gardens can be home to a broad range of plants, flowers, and even vegetables by harnessing the power of plant pots. Many flowers grow just as well, if not better, in pots as they do on the ground. In gardens, flowers like cosmos (a daisy-like flower that is actually a member of the sunflower family) and certain kinds of japonica make for beautiful and colorful potted displays.
The yucca ‘Golden Sword’ is a magnificent potted plant that can be left outside 365 days a year and serves as a fantastic focal point for displays. Finally, vegetable enthusiasts will rejoice to learn that favorites like tomatoes, potatoes, and a wide variety of salad greens can grow in containers. Tomatoes and potatoes thrive in deep containers (even grow bags), whereas salad greens thrive in shallow containers only a few inches deep.
Baskets To Hang
Hanging baskets are a terrific low-maintenance gardening project for those who enjoy watching things develop but don’t have the time or inclination to tackle more difficult gardening projects. They’re also useful for folks with smaller gardens who want to use the floor space for recreational activities.
Begonias, petunias, fuchsias, lobelia, and geraniums are just a few of the flowers that can be grown in hanging baskets. Many of these flowers are available in multi-colored variants, allowing you to create the perfect palette for your garden by mixing different shades of similar colors (such as oranges and yellows) or going all out with a multi-colored display.
Herb Gardens In The Home
Finally, if you like the concept of producing something edible but don’t believe you’re ready to start growing your own vegetables, indoor herb gardens are a tasty gardening hobby that almost anybody can enjoy. You don’t have to grow your herbs indoors (many will thrive outside in the spring/summer), but if you want a year-round herb garden that you can choose and pull from whenever you want, we recommend keeping pots on a well-lit windowsill and watering them regularly. From basil, parsley, and chives to rosemary, oregano, and mint, you’ll be able to cultivate it all.
Installing artificial grass in your garden has a number of advantages, one of which is that the time you would have spent maintaining your lawn may now be spent on gardening tasks that you are enthusiastic about. With our best-selling fake grass, you can take the hassle out of yard upkeep and keep your garden green all year.
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