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Title: 6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden
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Goal: this task will cause the successfulness of the goal to Create a no-work cottage garden.
Brian Golter published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Lifestyle | Home and Products | Home Improvement
Doers: 3 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: Engagement | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 11, 2018 | When: | Duration: 15 Minute
Steps:
  • Start Small.

    When designing your garden, don't create a monster that you don't have time to feed regularly. Keep your cottage garden small, and most of all, fun. Over time, as your confidence grows, increase the size.
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  • Invest In Soil.

    Start with good, rich, organic soil where plants will thrive with a minimum of watering and fertilizing. Do a soil test to learn the type of soil you have. Add organic matter yearly, either by purchasing compost or making your own.
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  • Position Plants Carefully.

    Make sure that you place the right plant in the right place. You can monitor this by observing which plants are the healthiest --those plants are in ideal conditions.
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  • Select Sturdy Beauties.

    Choose high-performance, almost bulletproof plants. Since there is no absolutely right or wrong way to create a cottage garden, choose from among the bulletproof plants you love.

    For a list of Darrel Trout's plant suggestions, go to the 'docs' tab above.
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  • Cover Soil.

    Mulching helps maintain soil moisture levels and prevents weeds from growing. As organic mulch (bark, compost, or leaf mold) breaks down, it will improve the soil. Mulch will also give the garden a neater, more unified look.
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  • Make It Automatic.

    Trade dragging a hose around for hands-free watering. Use drip hoses, they make it easy to put the water exactly where you want it (not on the foliage or flowers). Drip hoses are also more environmentally correct: less water evaporates into the air.
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