How to Grow an Awesome Eco-Friendly Green Garden

How to Grow an Awesome Eco-Friendly Green Garden

What’s better than a luscious, eco-friendly green garden for you to pluck your own fresh fruits and veggies?

Green garden., It seems like some certain people were just born with a green thumb.

You know the type: They could place a dying plant in their garden and a few weeks later it’s already flourishing.

Their ability to grow a great garden isn’t some fluke. It takes trial and practice in order to turn a barren spot into something lush and green.

One of the ways these green thumb types are able to achieve their green garden is by forgoing the toxic chemicals. They prefer to use natural methods to achieve their plant growth. Through it comes vegetables and foliage that are ripe and healthy.

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Through the ongoing effort, you gain the satisfaction that you achieved through hard work

What it Takes to Make a Green Garden

Through the effort, you gain the satisfaction that you’re in fact improving the environment and you’re creating sustainability. A great green garden is achieved through hard work, because you don’t relied on the harsh chemicals.

Here are a few various tricks on how to achieve a green garden:

Know Your Zone

– Forcing a plant to grow in a region it’s not native will take a lot of resources. Research your climate and find the indigenous plants. You’ll spend less on the maintenance and see a higher yield if they produce fruits or vegetables because they’re adjusted to the area.

Compost & Rain Barrels

– Fertilizer can be expensive plus contain chemicals you may not want to be absorbed into your food source. Consider creating a compost pile using an old drum or building one based on tried-and-true designs. Likewise, collect rainwater from your gutters by placing a barrel or tub at the base of the output so you can later use it to water the plants.


– Bring others in on the green garden project! Public property or want to connect with your neighbors? What if you were to create a green garden on these properties and allow others to help tend the area? It’s a great way to socialize and offload the hard work. Plus, everyone wins when they are able to harvest later on!

Natural Pesticides

– Consider propagating your garden with ladybugs which help to deter other insects. Attract birds to the area to ward off slugs and caterpillars. Try petroleum jelly or eggshells to keep snails at bay. There are plenty of natural methods to pesticides that don’t need those harsh chemicals in products you find in the store.


– Give a second life to plastic bottles as planters. Take old bins and upcycle them into planters. Or use old bottles as a form of decoration. It’s your hard — try something fun and funky. Reusing items is a great way to reduce your impact and still have a great design to your garden.

That’s not so bad, is it? A green garden is achievable if you’re willing to try new things and the alternatives. So, in that regard…

Make a Green Garden Your Next Project

Spring is best to start your preparation to turn your summer into something fun.

By mid-summer you could have a variety of fruits and vegetables ready for great meals (especially during those BBQ days):

  • Tomatoes


  • Jalapenos
  • Lemons & limes
  • Grapes
  • Peaches

There’s a bit of an upfront cost and effort that goes into making a green garden but it’s a project worth pursuing.

In a lot of ways, it’s like art. You sow the seeds of the design and you’re rewarded with something amazing!

What say you?

Do you lean toward the green initiative when it comes to gardening?

Will it be a project for you this year?


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