Gardener planting plants tips

Whether your garden is a bunch of flowerpots in the yard, a fire passage, or a backyard covering several acres, it is a challenge to take care of those demanding plants. Here are few things that gardeners often ignore. They will greatly affect whether your gardening experience is frustrating or pleasant.

  1. Soil fertility

Soil is the foundation of every garden, so it is important to know your soil type, from sandy to clay to loam, and add corrections when necessary.

  1. Sun light

Sunshine – Some plants cannot get enough sunlight, while others wither in its strong light. Before planning your garden, pay attention to the sun pattern of each planting site, the angle in the morning and evening, and the time when the sun is overhead. Secondly, before you choose a fixed position, carefully study the requirements of any plant for sunlight. If the plant looks uncomfortable, don’t be afraid to transfer things.

  1. early and often

When plants are stuffed into the ground, it is easy to forget that many plants grow very fast, especially in summer. If you don’t pay attention, they will stretch in unexpected directions, and even break if they are top-heavy. Solution: Set wire cages, poles, trees and sheds immediately after planting, so that plants can take a lead in support.

4.Irrigate too much or too little

There has two common mistakes .This is because plants have evolved to absorb water from the soil under certain conditions, and they need enough water to thrive. Solution? Our frankver smart wifi water timer, Instead of Instead of the traditional watering method,  WiFi App remote control anytime and anywhere, no worry about your garden,  Timer Setting regular watering schedule help you save water and avoid to miss watering jobs and save plants too dry.

According to the weather, delay your watering planning automatically to avoid watering too much.

5.reduce planting density

Overcrowding will cause some plants to block other plants, and the roots compete for space and nutrients. It is not easy to dig out the plants you cultivate, but please remember that when you move some plants to provide space for other plants, in the long run, you are helping them.


6.Set the self-timer

Set automatic timer with our busy life and unpredictable schedule. Timer is an important part of any irrigation system. However, if there is a hot day or sudden wet weather, it doesn’t help to let your water timer for 20 minutes every Tuesday. Frankever smart water timer, WiFi type irrigation controller, no need gateway hub required, which can adjust itself according to online weather data to solve this problem. It is connected through your smartphone, so you can control it anywhere – even in your traveling of other country.

7. Keep away from weeds

Weeds are not only ugly, but also aggressive disseminators, which is why they first appeared in your garden. To prevent weeds from pushing your plants aside, pull them out when they are young and haven’t caused much damage.

  1. Fertilization and feeding

Over time, even the best soil will dry up, because plants will absorb nutrients from the soil, and water will wash them away. Fertilize at least once a month. Fertilize containers and indoor plants more often.

  1. Trim and dead end

As flowers wither, plants begin to convert their energy into seed development. In order to encourage repeated flowering, pruning branches or pinching dead branches, this process is called dead branches.

Here at Frankever, specialized in smart water irrigation system, we found that following these suggestions will make plants healthier, use less water, and the garden greener. Neighbors can’t help noticing.

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