Planting can be a lot of fun. Unknown to many, it holds a lot of excitement and enjoyment as a specific activity, and people only need to discover what it could offer in order to enjoy it thoroughly. To those who actually partake in planting, they feel refreshed and rejuvenated while doing it and after. This is possibly because they are working with living things, and are in charge and tasked with nurturing and taking care of it until it grows and flourishes.
What is particularly enjoyable about planting and having a nice garden at home is that it could be enjoyed by everyone at home. Entire families could actually bond while planting, and the children would especially enjoy the activity. It would also be a great learning experience for them, as they would learn how to value living things and also appreciate the process of planting and then growing different kinds of plants.
Our own family has been enjoying the garden that we have at our yard for years. In fact, it has been around ever since I was small and that was where I learned its value myself. We have always planted flowers all over the garden and that has served to help make our home a happy one. At least I think that it played a part in making our place a very cheerful one.
Lately we have started modifying our garden by planting other kinds of plants. Personally, I have wanted to add some vegetables and a few fruit bearing plants into the mix. I have long been an advocate of eating organically grown food, and this is our opportunity to grow our very own. Then there are the vines that I’d also love to plant, which is why I researching for tips on how to plant vines.
I wanted to plant some vines to achieve some variety in our garden, and the good thing about vines is that they’re eventual size could be regulated and left entirely to the one who grows it. The heights and widths of the vines depend heavily on the structure that they grow on. You could actually plan for vines, which makes it more attractive to include your garden or landscaping project.
The following are some tips for planting vines, which are quite varied:
• Different kinds of vines need different ways to climb, and they should be planted in order for them to climb in the way that is best for each kind. Twining vines needs things to twist around, and each growth twists around supports such as poles. Examples of twining vines are bougainvillea, honeysuckle, morning glory, and American wisteria.
• On the other hand, clinging vines need solid objects to grow on. The so-called aerial roots of these kinds of vines find their way in the crevices that can be found in solid walls. It can cause damage to some, but it would be very minimal if the wall is sound enough. Examples of clinging vines are winter creeper and trumpet creeper.
• For vines that have tendrils, it needs wires, slender strings, or even small supports that it can cling onto. Some examples of vines with tendrils are grape and clematis.