Turning your yard into a garden.
Test your soil to understand its type and nutrient levels, then amend it with compost or other organic matter to improve fertility and texture.
Start with easy-to-grow vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuce, which require basic care and can thrive in most climates.
Yes, choose shade-tolerant plants like ferns and hostas, which thrive with limited sunlight.
Implement drip irrigation or soaker hoses for efficient watering, and apply mulch to reduce evaporation.
Plan your garden layout to rotate plant families to different beds each year to prevent soil depletion and reduce pest buildup.