With the growing season already well underway and the garden now on its second season, many are keen to know what to grow and what to avoid.
For many people, the answer is simple.
“I like to keep it to a certain size, but the bigger the square feet, the bigger a challenge,” said Rachel Smith.
You can read more about gardening in this week’s Garden Issue. “
The trick is to keep things simple and easy.”
You can read more about gardening in this week’s Garden Issue.
Garden Basics: Growing In-Season A growing season is a time when you plant your garden at a given time of year.
You can plant your first seeds in spring or in the summer.
When the plants have sprouted and grown to maturity, they can be picked from the ground.
This gives you a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of planting.
The planting season can also be extended with some simple care, such as planting the same soil at a different time of the year.
A small area can be filled with a single plant in the spring and planted later in the year, with another plant planted in the autumn.
The plant may be cut back in size by watering or by watering in the same spot where the seedlings were planted.
If the water does not reach the plants, the plant can be planted again.
The plants should not be cut by the same person for at least a year.
“If you are growing a lot of plants and want to keep your garden tidy, you can cut the top of your plants at the same time every year and let them grow,” Ms Smith said.
When you are planting, keep your plant in a container, or in a closet, to avoid damaging it.
Some people also plant in separate pots, such a pot with a roof or a container with a lid.
This is because the plants will grow quickly, but may cause damage if they are not properly kept.
In a garden, plants that are too close together can form a “roofie effect” where the top plant grows on top of the bottom plant, or the top will fall off.
This can cause damage to your plants if it gets too big.
You should not plant your plant near a window, door or window sash.
A plant in your garden should not grow on a bush.
The top of a plant in this situation is called a “bump”.
The bump is the base of the plant, and can be cut with scissors or pruning shears.
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Garden in the Summer Garden in a summertime is when you need to plant your plants.
You could plant them earlier, in the garden or outdoors, if you feel they are getting too large.
This allows you to plant a larger number of seeds per square metre.
A more difficult option is to plant them indoors, when the weather is warmer and you can plant the plants at different times.
“Summer is a great time to plant, because you can have many plants,” said Ms Smith.
However, the first seedlings will be small and will need to be planted when the plants are full of young.
You will need at least 10 seeds in the first year.
This could be a good time to cut back the number of plants you plant.
“Once you have established a plant, you need lots of nutrients, water and sunlight,” said Mr Smith.
If you do not have a greenhouse, you could use a garden hose and a watering hose.
For the best results, you should use the same water, temperature and soil.
If this is your first garden, Mr Smith recommends that you keep your soil moist.
You may also want to check if your soil is good to plant.
If it is, your plants can grow in it.
If not, you may want to use some of the soil for your next garden.