Gardening and botany are super fun hobbies to learn about and explore! There are so many different kinds of plants and they all have different benefits and uses!
First, here are some plants and what they do:
Basil is a green leafy herb that is known for its use in the culinary arts. Basil emits oxygen and absorbs carbon monoxide/dioxide. It is also a wonderful antioxidant of bad energy.
Sage is an herb of the mint family and can be recognized by its piney leaves and purple/gray flowers. Sage is very well known for its healing energy and cleansing properties. It also has many medicinal benefits!
Aloe is a green succulent. It has many benefits like purifying the air we breathe and healing sunburns.
Jasmine is a beautiful small white flower with a unique tropical fragrance. Jasmine attracts positive energy and can soothe your troubled mind.
Rosemary is a needle-like pined herb that sometimes sprouts tiny blue or pink flowers. It is known for the purification of air and its evergreen fragrance to promote physical and mental health.
Next, here are some great gardening tips for beginners and pros:
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Your plants all need certain amounts of sunlight to survive. The majority of plants need around six hours. Start noting the patterns of the sun in your backyard or garden area before planting.
Putting a handful of compost in your soil where you are planting will provide your plants with an extra boost that lasts throughout the growing season. Compost needs about about two-three weeks to integrate and stabilize before planting in it.
Gardening has a lot to do with timing. Knowing when your first average fall frost dates and your last average spring frost dates are essential to determine when to move your plants.
Most insects cause a lot of harm to plants and gardens. Plant garlic, onions, chives, and chrysanthemums around your garden because most insects can not stand them and will be repelled!
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Just like humans, plants need food for nourishment and energy. After around a month from first planting, start feeding your plants! You can use any generic plant food as long as it nourishes your plants and keeps your soil healthy.
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