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Some people love gardens but hate gardening, and that’s perfectly fine. We said it there. We know that some plant lovers consider weeding, fertilizing and watering a meditative activity, while others know nothing about pest control and cannot clean the dirt under their nails. Here’s our cheat sheet for your “wake me at harvest time”: You can have a flower bed without breaking your hump.       

You don’t need a gardener to make sure your yard is watered regularly. Instead, you can schedule your lawn or garden to be watered using a hose timer, a small tool that attaches to a hose nozzle. It works just like a smart room timer: you can program it to turn on and off at a given time; many models, including the Orbit single outlet hose timer, even have a rain delay setting that lets you keep an eye on the weather. Watering can be skipped during bad times. These gadgets start at $30, but more expensive models allow you to control settings through an app on your smartphone.       

There are several different types of drip irrigation systems, including sprinklers and sprinklers, but for those who irrigate a large area of ​​land (or several raised beds), systems with thin diameter tubes that can be laid on the ground on an elevated bed are probably the most useful. beds. Water slowly seeps through the holes, providing the plants with enough moisture. Combine a drip irrigation system like the Garden Raindrip Drip Kit with a hose timer and your watering routine can almost do it all by itself.       

You’ve heard of self-cleaning ovens, but self-cleaning units? These cultivars have natural wilting and flower shedding, which means no pruning or pruning of dead flowers. Geraniums, begonias, watersheds, and baptismal varieties are just a few examples of self-cleaning products that always look fresh without you having to do anything.       

Bed cover retains moisture and prevents weed growth, allowing you to spend less time watering and weeding and more time resting. Purchase bagged mulch from your local garden center, buy it from your local municipality, or make your own using materials collected from your own backyard.       

By laying out newspaper or landscape cloth before mulching your garden, you can greatly reduce the amount of weeds that creep into your garden beds. The newspaper will eventually dissolve into the soil, so you’ll need to replace it as it breaks to keep weeds out. Landscape fabric is a more durable but more expensive option.       

Plants in pots dry out faster than plants in the ground, making near-constant watering a fact of life for garden plant growers. Watering bulbs like these Besti self-watering bulbs can take some time off your watering duties. These smart designs gradually deliver water to container plants over a period of 2 weeks. Thrifty gardeners can make their own automatic plant watering devices by redesigning soda or wine bottles. Your thirsty plants will thank you!       

If you want to neglect your landscaping on busy summer days, choose your plants carefully. Check each plant’s water requirement before purchasing to make sure you’re growing a garden that will last. Drought tolerant plants do not require much water once established, so they are easier and cheaper to maintain in the long run. Some of our favorite options include Black Eyed Susan, Mallow and Stonecrop.       

For plants that need regular watering, add a water-retaining material such as vermiculite or perlite to the soil before planting and seedlings. This simple step will help tender plants last longer between waterings and not wilt in the heat.       

What’s the secret to keeping the foliage clean in your front yard without constant attention? Slow growing shrubs need less frequent pruning than fast growing varieties. Not only do these shrubs require less maintenance, you can enjoy them for years without worrying that they will outgrow your garden.

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