Gardening is a great hobby and a great stress-reliever and an anti-depressant! Many of them take up this hobby with full interest, but very few continue with it. One of the many reasons people discontinue gardening is the lack of success in their gardening journey because of lack of patience and certain silly mistakes they do when it comes to gardening.
We will quickly discuss the Top Gardening Mistakes both major and minor and quickly learn how to Tackle them one by o
ne. Remember this point, people with great gardens are those who have made many mistakes in the past and learnt from their mistakes over a course of time. Also let me know in the comment box - which one among these do you thing is the Biggest Mistake a gardener commits. So lets begin!
Please watch full video for 15 major and minor mistakes in gardening and gardening tips for beginners like watering issues, sunlight, soil selection, fertilizer burn and many more.
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2. Poor Soil or Potting Mix
3. Poor Sunlight exposure
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I get confused when plant label says, full direct sun. It gets over 100 degrees f here. So I give morning sun. Then try to shade partially, past 85 degrees f. That mostly works. My broccoli lived 4 years. Lol
Great video. I cannot decide from the three options which one is the most common mistake. I've made all three of those mistakes. You do have yourself a new subscriber... looking forward to your future videos!
ive pretty much made all the mistakes you pointed out at one point or another in the last couple of years. I am a home grower which means i grow in pots and indoors. Lost my home during the storm and no longer have access to ground planting and growing so to feed my gardening passion i started indoor gardening 5 years ago and i stumbled and learned. But i feel the biggest mistake that people make is not fertilizing and over or under watering for two reasons 1. people assume like you said that plants only need the sun and water to grow so they don't fertilize and Watering. they only look at the top of the soil and assume that the plants need water.
Bin landscaping/gardening for yrs,Mistake= allowing the mobile weekend warrior wanna be Gardner in your yard w loppers/saw,what took yrs 4an evergreen to screen off is now gawn to a beautiful view of another house with siding
My biggest problem was not listed here :( but I have been looking desperately for the answer. I am growing mangos, tomatoes, chilies, avocados, and others, but my problem is infestation of a little, black annoying fly, it just shows on anything I plant and reproduce fast, on my inside plants as well as outside.
I tried vinegar with dish soap, ginger tea, stickers you name it, and nothing works.
My plants don't seem to mind them, but I do because they should not be there. I have little a green room for my inside plants, they are there, also they get in my kitchen sometimes even when is always clean and no food exposure. Some people tell me they are called "fruit flies"
I am just to give up on all gardening just because of these tiny flies. Any idea please I am desperate to get rid of these bugs? Thank you.
I still think i have a pretty green thumb. I kill plants easily, especially if they are not familiar species, but now ive learned. Once i killed like 6 norfolk pines, but now my new big boi ones can recover super well. Now i even am taking challenges like growing the cedar of lebanon (the tree of my nation) and love working with small shrubs and conifers
I put lady bugs in my plants so they eat the aphids.
My biggest mistake was making compost with Callistemon leaves. Even though those leaves smell very similar to eucalyptus, I didn't realize that they kill plants different for them.
Overwatering is so easy to do. I should walk around with my soil moisture meter before watering! I'm going to do this (this is why I have the moisture meter to begin with!) to get a better idea of how often I should be watering certain areas of my garden, as well as my indoor plants. Thank you for the reminder!
I found such an easy way to germinate my seeds without having to wait a week to 2 weeks. Thx for sharing. I have done this for a long time now and grow all kinds of veggies herbs and flowering plants. It's always good to learn other techniques.
thanks alot i need yo know about this because i am going to start gardening
i need your help i want to know that can i grow zinnia lilliput, tulsi,snapdragon,ice plant,and petunia in my garden during early or mid july and i live in himachl so climate is overall cool here but not so frosty where i live please help me and i want to grow from seeds????????
When my soil goes bad I usually don't put more soil in it, so thanks for your suggestion but it will not help me now because I'm lost in the middle of the atlantic ocean, thanks for giving the advice for pouring soil.
My first mistake: Poor or wrong (pH) soil. Also crowding the poor plants.
I am resolved to constantly rearranging :)
Edit: Thought of another mistake I've done. Wasting waaaayyy to much money on expensive soil and fertilizers! Now I just go with selfmade mulch of varying types some sand and lots of cowdung. I already have an overabundance of clay.I purchase rhododendron nutritions because it actually makes sense.
Something I've seen a lot in other beginners, is to much ambition. Filling the whole garden for instant satisfaction then finding themselves over there head and just dropping it all. Better to start slow and allow yourself to make a few mistakes that are easily corrected, dont you think?
He! You've got me going. Thought of one more. Overcaring :) Often the plant can handle some of the problems NATURE cause. All you need to do is provide the right conditions for the plant to succeed. Sometimes a problem can correct itself over time and the plant get better for it. I'm mostly thinking of ornamental plants.
You can never get rid of all insects so focus on damage control. Sometimes they can be contained to one plant if you let natural enemies help out. If you keep exterminating they'll soon be back with a vengence and you have succeeded in killing off the friendly bugs.
Im emotionally attached to my plants as u rightly said. 😆
Is it good to so mango seed in summer. Its about 42°C here in U.P, India. I have already sown 2 seeds, they sprouted and leaves also appeared but the leaves soon drooped and I almost cried. Pls help!
Thank you for the very-informative video! My biggest problem is watering, as sometimes it's difficult for me to water just the right amount at the right time. I also tend to plant seeds too closely, which I intend to correct this season.
How do I get my plant back to good health. I think it maybe due to overwatering or fertilizing? 2 out of the 4 leaves are brown. So I stopped water it for 9 days, but just watered it today. Do I cut the brown ones all the way at the roots or someone said pull them from the roots?
Its white bird of paradise plant.
As a new Gardener I think Mine is a the soil. Not adding a course sand to help with drainage or even coconut coir or perilite if it does not already have any. I did know about compost. I am planning on starting to make some compost behind my store and once we find our new house I am going to start some thier along with a worm farm.
This is the best easy to understand video I have seen about gardening. Over watering. I live in Phoenix AZ and to say I have never in any other state NJ, S CA EVER had as many plants die on me is an understatement. I keep trying, but it is very hard not to just say "FORGET ABOUT IT". THANK YOU FOR THE VIDEO. OVER WATERING GETS MY VOTE.
I started gardening when I was in class 12.it was then when I was growing winter plants during summer keeping them in shade ,thinking it was dying of direct sunlight however the real reason for their disintegration was that those were winter annuals.
For outside you may want azaleas, rhododendrons, hydrangeas, crepe myrtle, roses, dogwoods, redbuds, flowering cherry,. You must check to see that they survive the winter low temperatures. Most temperate zone plants will be ok
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