If you are someone who loves nature and has time to dedicate towards growing a part of nature as a garden, you would often go for it. That is because spending time outside, touching soil, deciding what plant to grow and what not to grow is an enjoyable past time to you.
The ambition of any gardener is being the owner of the best and the most beautiful garden. After all, you are growing plants to see the beauty of nature and to preserve a part of nature as best as you can. Therefore, you would always want to have a green garden that boasts of its prosperity. It is usually the lawn, plants and trees that are covered with the colour green, which we can enhance if we know how to.
You can decide that you need a patch of land in front of your house that is covered with lush, beautifully cut grass. However, just by deciding to have it will not automatically let you be the owner of such a beautiful green spot. You need to work for it. First you have to enrich the soil of the place where you want to grow grass with a good fertiliser. Once you grow the grass you need to keep it healthy and green by using the best lawn fertiliser that you can find and providing the necessary amount of water every day.
Though you can choose plants that have different colours of leaves other than green you will always want to have green colour leaved plants too to give that natural look to your garden. Normally, a plant stays green if it is properly fertilised and watered. When choosing fertilisers you could go for compost, synthetic fertilisers or animal dung such as sheep manure Perth, cow dung, chicken droppings, etc.
If you are someone living in a very spacious land you will have space for trees. Otherwise, if you only have a few feet to use as a garden you will not be able to cover it with trees. To keep tress lush and green, you need to follow the same steps that you followed when keeping plants green. That is watering and fertilising them as necessary.
You need to keep an eye out for insects and weeds that harm your green garden too. Whenever you see them, you have to put an end to them if you want to keep a green garden. At the end of the day, the care and love you show for your garden is what matters most in keeping it as a green paradise.