If you’re querying what to do with your landscaping, or want to make more of it, or need to spend less time maintaining it, then you might already know what you’re going to do. If you’ve got no idea, perhaps these gardening ideas will inspire you.
1. Get the children involved. Why not share the work with your children, and keep them interested. They’re sure to appreciate their patch of garden or take an interest in making sure their pots of seeds grow.
2. Why not try personal fruit and vegetables? It doesn’t have to involve a lot of room, and the end product will be much nicer than from the supermarket, and you’ll have the added satisfaction that you grew it yourself.
3. Remember to be aware of your space limitations, and make the most of your garden. You might have grand ideas about water features and mirrors, but if your garden is too small, it won’t work.
4. You should also find out what sort of plants will grow in your garden. You don’t want to blow the budget in a garden center, or with an online plant supplier, only to discover that the plants you’ve bought aren’t suitable for your garden.
5. What about setting aside areas for your children? They’re sure to want to spend more time in the garden too, which will get them out of the house.
6. You could easily add a play area, or a sand pit for your children so that they somewhere to lay, or perhaps you’ll want somewhere to store their bikes and other outdoor toys.
7. You’re new garden layout needs to be easy to manage so that you’re not spending so much time keeping it tidy.
8. Your garden will need to be laid out so that it is easy to use. You’ll want to make sure that the children’s areas are accessible and that the barbeque and washing line can be used without too much disruption.
Large fields have the luxury of a lot of space; most backyard gardeners do not. Some people with no space for a full garden will put a few plants around the house or will be growing container tomatoes on their decks. The stakes help keep them neatly controlled and in order.
You can manage the growth patterns of your plants easier since you can see them without bending over and strain your back.
Cons of using stakes or cages for solving tomato gardening problems.
Cons of gardening
Stakes and cages require a large amount of work to maintain. You also need to do lots of maintenance to keep the stems firm and root systems strong. You do this by holding them tied up, which means trying new shoots and retying old ones every day.
A disadvantage is the fact that during a pounding thunderstorm or heavy wind the whole thing will fall over anyway. Even the cages can fall over. Sometimes the vines get bent so far that it is hard to get it all back and straight.