You're ready to start your own garden, but you worry that your lack of a green thumb will hinder your progress before you even get your flowers or vegetables planted.
Fortunately, starting a garden doesn't have to be complex or time-consuming. Our real estate agents know that there are several options ideal for a novice gardener.
Honey bees and other pollinators are crucial to the production of many crops. Providing them the right sustenance and conditions on our properties helps ensure that they do their job well. Sometimes property owners need guidance about how to help bees in Michigan. The Managed Pollinator Protection Plan (MP3) has been established to protect pollinators' health in Michigan while protecting our crops, property, and health.
If you want to reduce the amount of waste you send to the landfill and help your plants grow, composting will help you achieve both these goals. Composting is the process of recycling organic material into fertilizer.
To start composting, dedicate a shady space near a water source as your compost pile. Then, add green waste (like vegetable and fruit scraps, grass clippings, and coffee grounds) and brown waste (such as branches and dead leaves).