Whether we grow them for food, to beautify our surroundings, or as a natural air purifier in our homes, we want our plants to grow big and have a healthy garden. The key to achieving successful gardens, flower beds, container plants, house plants, or potted plants is not as simple as just add water. There are a lot of parameters to pay attention to and a wide array of conditions to control. In addition, many gardeners also maintain a home composting bin or compost pile. It’s a great way to reduce waste, while creating natural, beneficial soil for their plants.
Regardless of your individual plant-growing pursuits, your best bet is to educate yourself on the specific needs of your plants and take advantage of today's sophisticated tools that let you accurately monitor and maintain proper conditions.
There are many great resources to help you learn how to compost and gain information on maintaining proper plant conditions, garden soil, and growing healthy gardens. The best strategy is to research the specific plants you plan to grow. Here are a few helpful articles to get started: