Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Simple Gardening Tips to Improve Your Garden


Simple Gardening Tips to Improve Your Garden

If you want to improve the quality of your garden, make sure to take these tips into consideration.

You can make your garden look incredible without having to spend thousands of dollars on expensive fertilizer and other gardening equipment. From using leftover ground coffee beans to creating mineral-dissolving solutions to help the quality of your pots. Here are a few simple gardening tips you can use to help improve the quality of your garden.

  1. Remove Salt Deposits

When water seeps through the soil it collects and absorbs some of the minerals found in that soil. When this water settles at the bottom of your clay pot and evaporates, it leaves behind the dissolved minerals in some crusty layer. To remove this layer, mix equal parts rubbing alcohol, white vinegar, and water in a spray bottle.

  1. Protecting the Young Buds

Young budding plants are more susceptible to frosts and freezes, which can kill them overnight. Little clay pots make great insulators and protect these young plants from the forces of nature. Just remember to remove them in the morning so they can continue to absorb precious sunlight.

  1. Vegetable Soup

Your mother told you that vegetables were good for you and it probably took you until your mid-20s to eat them willingly. The next time you boil or steam vegetables, pour the nutrient-rich concoction onto your plants. You’ll be amazed to see how they react to this natural fertilizer!

  1. Control Fungus

Damping-off fungus can attack young seedlings and affect their growth. Just add some leftover tea around the base of seedlings once a week or use it as a foliage spray to control this fungus.

Quality homeowners insurance in Orange protects your landscape if it is damaged by a covered peril. Call Remland Insurance today for additional safety information or to update your California home insurance policy in Orange County and surrounding areas – 714.532.3341



The COVID 19 virus has certainly changed our lives for the short term both at home and at work. Our office is working in compliance with state and local officials and their request to minimize contact with others for the short term so that we can shorten the life of this virus.
As such, our offices will be available by phone or by e mail 8-5 Monday thru Friday. If you need to make an appointment to come by, please call us before you drop by, so we can reduce risk, and take care of our staff and just be safe.
Please don’t hesitate to call us and if for some reason you can’t reach us, please look at our website for carrier contact information. Thank You for your continued business.

Contact us Call Us