If you’ve got a little over a month to prepare for your outdoor garden, you’re probably wondering whether you should stay inside at night or stay out of the sun, or even whether you want to try something new.
The truth is, we’ve all been there, even the best gardeners have tried something new, but they’ve had a few setbacks and found that they couldn’t get the results they had hoped for.
If you’ve already spent a couple of months in the garden, and have been enjoying the fruits of your labour, you might be wondering whether it’s time to upgrade your indoor watering system.
If you’re thinking that, it’s important to get some advice from the experts to find out whether you can grow your own indoors, or if you should try a more radical approach.
If you’re not sure whether you need to upgrade, there are a few things you can do to help you find out if it’s worth the effort.
Firstly, you need some information about your water supply.
There are a number of sources for this information, from the water company to the council, and the best way to find this is to check the local water utility’s website.
If they won’t provide this information online, ask for a call to their office.
Secondly, ask your local council to check your water supplier’s website to see if it lists their water service as being available to people in your area.
If not, ask the local authority if they will be happy to contact them.
Thirdly, you’ll need to look at what your water company has done with the water they have.
Finally, check with the local council if they’ll be happy for you to have a specialist water treatment company to treat your water.
This might mean installing a new water treatment system, or taking a look at whether you might need to use a drip irrigation system to grow your plants.
If there’s no option for you, there’s a good chance you won’t be able to grow vegetables indoors, so look for a suitable alternative to growing indoors.