If you are lucky enough to have the space for a garden then you should consider yourself lucky. So many people wish for some extra space to plant some flowers or vegetables but are constrained by their lack of space and living conditions.
That being said, the bigger the space you have to work with, the more daunting getting started can actually be. You might have always wished for a large open space to work with but when you are actually faced with it, you might find that it requires a lot more input and planning than you thought, never mind the maintenance aspect!
However small or large the space you have to work with is, there is room for a beginner. It’s all about making the most of what you have and crucially as a beginner, not taking on more than you can manage or sustain in the long term. Of course things like budget will come into play too as plants and the associated equipment is not cheap, so take it step by step and prioritize what you want in the garden. For example, is it for aesthetic purposes or do you wish to begin growing some of your own produce?
This infographic from Capital Garden Services highlights why gardening is a good option as a hobby; it indicates the basic tools you need in order to get started in the garden; it details the gardening terms that you should know about; it covers ideas about garden layout, planting bulbs and dealing with weeds and so much more, check it out below!