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How to Use Your Computer to Help You with the Garden

Not everyone has a green thumb and understands what to do in their garden. Therefore, it’s often necessary to turn to the experts for help. The Internet has a vast knowledge base of information from lawn care to bug control. You can find it all with a few basic apps downloaded to your smartphone to give you all the help you need. To get started, download a few of these apps: 

  1. Landscaper’s Companion – This app that you can can in the iTunes store is a plant and gardening reference guide. This is an excellent guide for planting, pest control with helpful tips and facts about flowers, shrubs, trees, and different varieties of species. If you’re new to gardening, this is the perfect app for you.
  2. Bugs In The Garden: You’ll find this app available for iPhones and Androids. This is a fantastic app to help you identify and learn about the different bugs in your garden. You’ll see the different species of the bug, what it does to your plants, and how to control them. Many homeowners recommend this app for first time gardeners.
  3. The Sunset Western Garden Book: If you’re looking for videos and do-it-yourself gardening projects, this is the perfect app for you. Here you’ll learn about different varieties of plants, how to take care of your garden, and keep notes about your garden. 
  4. https:/itunes.apple.com/us/app/harvest-landscape-calculator/id470039471?mt=8">Harvest Landscape Calculator: This app is available for iPhones and iPads. If you’re unsure how much soil, stone, or mulch you’ll need for your next garden project just consult this app. This handy app is easy to use and calculates the exact amount of soil or mulch you’ll need for the area of your garden.

These are only a few of the many apps on the market today to help with your garden. You’ll also find plenty of information on the Internet about the right tools to buy and which plants grow best in your regions along with general information about lawn care. You can also:

  1. Order plants online and have them delivered to your home.
  2. Find any tool you need for your garden projects.
  3. Watch do-it-yourself videos for building a barbecue or a gazebo.
  4. Learn how to make a compost pile in your backyard.
  5. Understand which plants to use in your garden to control bugs and insects.

If you’re looking for a professional to landscape your yard or care for your garden, the Internet can help you find a professional in your area. Before hiring a landscaper or gardener, check online. Do a little research about the company you’re hiring. The Internet can be your best friend when it comes to your garden.

 

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Awan Cheyanne

About Awan Cheyanne

Awan is a technical engineer, freelance blogger and hobbyist.

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