Italian Gardens

Aug 30, 2012

Italian gardens can be a beautiful gardens to grow. If you enjoy Italian food, you can set up your Italian garden with signature Italian ingredients like garlic, onions, tomatoes, and lettuce. You can make your favorite Italian recipes from freshly picked fruits and veggies from your garden. If you are an avid maker of Italian food, you’ll be twice as impressed by the taste and potency of natural tasting plants that are hand-picked from a fresh garden. When growing a garden with multiple plants, it is best to grow them in separate gardening sections. That will help divide special attention to each of the plants and be a more straightforward process for rotating plant gardens. Each plant requires its balance of ingredients, sunlight, and watering periods, so do some careful research to see what it takes to grow an Italian garden. It is always best to grow one type of veggie, but you can grow different plant foods simultaneously if you are good at multi-tasking. Get your family involved if you want to grow your Italian garden faster; it is a great way to grow plants quicker while getting family members involved in a fun activity.

Do some research on the soil type needed to grow Italian ingredients. Veggies generally use the same ingredients and watering times, but there are slight differences in variations between veggies that you will have to pay attention to. Be on the lookout for pests in the form of insects and unwanted animals who may stumble upon your delicious Italian garden. The smell of your veggies may attract all sorts of unwanted animals like rabbits, raccoons, and possums. Keep a lookout for fungal infections like blossom end rot that are known to attack eggplants and tomatoes.