One of the reasons that I started growing flowers up in the garden was so that I could have a permanent flower garden on my patio. This was back when I was still working full-time and the flower garden wasn’t going into my living room but rather it was an outdoor area that just behind our kitchen door. So, it was important to me to have a place that I could go and get all of the supplies I needed for my garden.
Now, the question becomes “Why don’t grow flowers up in the garden?” To begin with, I like the fact that gardening is so easy! There is no need to buy seeds, no need to wait for them to sprout, and there is no need to put any effort into it at all! And the best part is that there are so many different types of flower gardens out there to choose from. I love the fact that I can use my imagination and create my own flower garden with literally thousands of different flowers in each category.
Another reason why do growing flowers up in the garden is that I can easily make changes in my flower garden to better suit my needs. In case I am using a larger flower garden then I can simply move some of the flower beds around. If I am only growing a few plants then I will just move them to a different location in my garden. This way I am always changing the environment within the flower garden. Also, when I move plants around I have more flexibility with the type of plants that I plant.
The last reason why do growing flowers up in the garden is that I have better access to the ground. If I have to walk up and down hills then I know that I will not be able to reach every single flower. But with a flower garden I can simply pick up the phone and find a local expert who will be able to give me advice on where to plant my flowers. Sometimes I can find an expert who will be able to explain to me why do growing flowers up in the garden.
Not only that, but I know that I will be getting fresh flowers which are not stored in a cold warehouse. And I can also plant all the flowers that I want in my flower garden, rather than having to buy them in season. This means that my flower garden will always be full.
As I mentioned, I have used growing flowers as one of the reasons why do growing flowers up in the garden. However, there are a number of other reasons that I can think of off the top of my head. So let’s take a look at some other reasons why do growing flowers up in the garden. Here they are;
One of the reasons why I think about why do growing flowers up in the garden is that I need a quick supply of plants. Last year I suffered with the terrible virus that hit the South West and caused a lot of gardens to close up. This meant that I had to buy a lot of seeds from the garden centre, store them for the following year and then hope that they grew. However, this year I managed to grow all of the seeds I need. This has really helped me get things back on track again.
One last reason why do growing flowers up in the garden is that I am able to sit and look at my flowers while they flower. Usually I cannot because the flowers are far too delicate. However, this year I managed to get an indoor fountains and planted them in the room where the flowers were growing. Now I just have to wait for them to bloom. I love this feeling and it has totally renewed me on how beautiful gardening can be.