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 Your garden will look beautiful if it is filled with healthy and beautiful plants. But, your plants can live in a good way if you know how to feed your garden’s plants rightly.
 
Things to be known – It is a fact that plants will need fertilisers, compost to grow in a proper way and stay in good condition for a long time. But, keep in mind that excessive use of fertilisers is not good for your plant’s growth. Too much fertilization will hamper your lawn’s soil. Over fertilization can damage your garden’s trees. Moreover, pests, rodents, insects can make these trees their homes. So, you must hire a professional garden maintenance Malvern service to keep a note on these things otherwise rodents can come inside your home too.

Actually, there are two types of fertilisers, such as organic fertiliser and inorganic fertiliser. You ought to select a type of fertiliser that is right to feed your plant. It is said that a fruit, flowering plant or a vegetable plant will need feeding on a daily basis. If your garden’s plants are growing in a good way, there’s no need of extra feeding them. Always go through the N:P:K content of every fertiliser before buying it. If you are unable to decide which one to buy, you can ask your landscape designers about the same. 

Organic fertilisers – You can add organic fertilisers in your garden’s soil as well you can use it to feed trees. This is because it incorporates animal as well as vegetable byproducts, like cow manure, bone and blood. You can add such a type of fertiliser in sandy soils as it increases the sandy soil’s texture as well as structure. You can make use of both organic as well as inorganic fertilisers for your garden’s better health. 

Tips to be remembered – If gardening is your hobby, you can make use of water soluble and liquid fertilisers. You can mix it in water of a watering can and apply it directly on your lawn’s plants, trees or in pots. 

Correct ways of using a fertiliser – You must not use any fertiliser before reading the ways of using it. Dry soils don’t need fertilisation. Keep in mind that it’s not right to fertilise ferns as well as some kinds of delicate plants along with strong fertilisers. You should give adequate amount of water to your lawn’s plants before and after giving fertilisers. This is a must. One can use sulphate of ammonia sometimes on plants. Don’t use it more as it will not make a trees’ root strong.