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If you start in the world of gardening it is best to start with easy plants that do not require much experience. For example, a Gardenia is quite difficult to thrive for someone who does not know how to fulfill all the demands that it has. You can be frustrated and discouraged. For the moment, the important thing is that your first attempts are satisfactory and encourage you to continue progressing.
Add layer of fresh mulch in plant beds and around trees. Mulch not only makes planting areas look neat, but also helps to retain moisture in the soil.
When you observe that the garden or in the garden worms do not eliminate them since they aerate the earth with its galleries and its excrements constitutes an excellent fertilizer and improante of the ground. They eat organic waste that is on the ground, not roots.