Choosing a tree. When buying a container-grown tree, remove it from the pot and examine the roots. Refrain from buying a tree that is pot-bound with a mass of congested roots, or one that has roots growing out of the holes in the bottom of the pot. Make sure that the container has been thoroughly watered, and check for any yellowing leaves or dead branches.
Plants need CO2 to grow well. Often, plants achieve better growth when they are surrounded by high levels of CO2. The best way to get higher CO2 for your plants is to grow them in a greenhouse. To achieve optimal growing conditions, keep the levels of carbon dioxide high in your plants’ environment.
Do not forget the sun when deciding on a place for a garden. Gardens need sun. Almost all flowering plants and vegetables grow best in excellent sunlight. Vegetables like tomatoes require a lot of sunlight and will not produce without it. If there are trees above the area, trim them back or look for another location because a garden without sun is doomed to failure.
Don’t assume that insects are to blame for all plants ailments. There are many things that can affect the health of a plant. The PH of the water you are using, the location of the plant (under shade vs direct sun), the amount of soil in the pot, and several other reasons can be a determining factor.
So it is easy to see that by starting with well-developed soil, choosing the right plants right from the start, following instructions for planting and care, and being vigilant regarding pest control and watering, it is easy to create and maintain a beautiful and impressive floral display in your yard.