Gardening and Green Thumb

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When early spring comes you will most likely see a lot of people gardening in their garden preparing it for late spring all the way through till autumn. Gardening is for all ages, young and old. I enjoy it as well. Green fingered is the term given to someone who has a ''special ability to make plants grow''. Which means if a person has a green thumb or fingers they simply have patience and they are committed to their garden. I wish had a green thumb because most of the time the plants I try to grow either don't grow or dies after the first week. You can't do gardening in your Sunday best. I wear old clothes, an old track suit maybe. I would also wear gardening gloves and wellies. I know from experience that you would get very mucky and dirty gardening. I love planting flowers and watching them grow (if they do grow for me).The only thing I don't really like that much is the up keeping of my garden, I hate weeding it especially it takes me hours to weed therockery because there is always a load unwanted grasses and weeds. Up keeping my garden doesn't just mean weeding the soil. It also involves watering the plants, making sure that insects/birds/animals don't eat/trample the plants and flowers. I find it tough work.

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Tools are essential for gardening. These are the basic tools need for gardening. shovel:  a tool used for digging, lifting, and moving bulk materials, such as soil, coal, gravel, snow or sand. Shovels are extremely common tools. trowel: A trowel is a tool with a pointed, scoop-shaped metal blade and a handle. It is used for breaking up earth, digging small holes, especially for planting and weeding, mixing in fertilizer or other additives and transferring plants to pots. hoe: A hoe is an agricultural tool used to move small amounts of soil. Common goals include weed control by agitating the surface of the soil around plants, piling soil around the base of plants (hilling), creating narrow furrows (drills) and...
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