Most of the food that is good for your teeth can be grown in your own backyard. As winter comes to an end and warmer weather springs upon us, start getting ready to plant your garden. First, figure out what kind of seeds you want to plant. Home and garden stores sell a wide variety […]
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Most of the food that is good for your teeth can be grown in your own backyard. As winter comes to an end and warmer weather springs upon us, start getting ready to plant your garden.
When choosing your fruits and veggies, think about these superfoods:
Second, go out into your garden and create a plan of where each plant will be placed. Always keep in mind that some plants like different settings. Some plants like the sun, others like the shade, and some like dry soil. Plan now and save yourself a headache when the time comes to dig up the dirt.
Third, remove those grubby weeds out of your garden. Use a mulcher to loosen up the dirt. Then, rake the weeds or pull them out, if necessary – either way, the weeds must go. Weeds take vital nutrients from your plants and they look ugly, too. If you use a weed deterring product (like Preen), read the instructions
. Some products won’t allow
seeds to develop – including your veggies. This will work fine if you have starter plants, but seedlings won’t make it out of the ground.