After choosing your garden, you have a lot of factors to look into and decide before starting your work with your garden tools. You are the one who has to choose your location which is determined by several factors. The way in which you water the location, the amount of shade etc. are some of the factors. These questions are very important in determining the life or death of your garden. Hence, you must not take them light and carefully consider all of them.
The location of the garden must be within your yard which is one of the most important factors. The location must draw an ideal climate towards itself for the plants in the garden. The type of garden you are dealing with must be known in order to give specific advice but Google can bring you several websites that inform about the required conditions for the growth of your plant. Then, you will be left with the simple option of finding the most shaded or the sunniest spot of your yard.
You must also plan your watering where sprinklers installed for your grass will demand that your garden be in the middle of your yard. Watering will happen at the same time when your grass is watered by the sprinkler. You do not need to take any extra work to water the plants in your garden. If that is not the ideal location, you will have to drag a hose or a sprinkler out there to water your plants. In such instance, ensure that your garden is located within the zone where your hose can reach.
It might be felt that this is not the best thing to do but going with a clear cut plan will surprise you with its convenience. Allowing the amount of light or shade required can be the most difficult task. Once, you have decided upon your location, you must take note of the entire duration of the presence of sunlight and the shade. Compare this data with that of a specialist website that offers such details. This will help you decide which one is the ideal location for your gardening.
The amount of sunlight and the shade drawn towards a particular place will change according to the seasons which will give you an idea of how things will unfold at each part of the year. Put some kind of shade so that your garden is protected from excessive sunlight.
The amount of sunlight, shade, watering and the convenience in nurturing plants will all decide the beauty and the flourishing of your garden.