Gardening is a philosophy of life, a way of thinking, a hobby, but also a set of techniques that teach us to take care of and cultivate plants. The “gardening techniques” section was created with the aim of helping everyone, passionate and otherwise, to love and practice gardening through the most effective techniques and methods. Detailed descriptive cards explain, in fact, how to make a DIY composting plant, how to prune some species of plants, how to grow vegetables, how to cure roses. The cultivation techniques help to create and spread the gardening activity. Without these techniques, gardens and green spaces would appear bare and desolate. The areas richly decorated with creepers, trees, flower beds and other vegetable structures, are, however, the result of the laborious work of men and women who love to practice gardening. Using the right techniques
even the smallest and most insignificant balconies can be decorated with a riot of flower pots and planters. In larger spaces, however, truly unique and original solutions can be created. We think of the hedges, both high, low, and mixed, to the rose gardens, which with various pruning techniques become increasingly lush and opaque. And what about the quality of the soil? To make it fertile and suitable for plant rooting, it must be worked and fertilized. The products for soil fertilization can be prepared on their own, perhaps through a small home composting plant.
Compost is obtained by fermenting the waste and scraps of food and plants. Collected in a container and protected from the weather, these scraps give life to compost in a short time, or an organic fertilizer capable of fertilizing different types of soil. Gardening techniques also teach you to dose the different types of fertilizers, from chemical to natural. Many flowering plants, for example, at some stages of their life, need chemical or specific fertilizers for flowering plants.