It’s super difficult to figure out the best way to start a garden. We tried many different ways to grow our plants that are easy to do at home. There we’re many tests and we found the best results came from the methods of using egg shells, toilet paper roles and ice cream cones. These are some extremely good ways to keep your garden healthy and environmentally friendly.
Egg shells were a fantastic and easy way to start a garden. Instead of composting your shells after cracking them for the delicious part, save them and once you have as many as you would like to have in plants you can begin with the rest of the process. We simply added so dirt into each shell and placed in a few seeds of our so desired plant. We made sure that there was enough water for them to grow properly and left them. One day when they get bigger we are able to just plant each shell into the ground. This is a great method because it’s easy and simply plus the egg shells are biodegradable so you can still be Eco friendly.
Another fantastic way to start a garden we found was toilet paper rolls. We were able to just save the rolls after the paper was all gone and place some dirt into each. Once we placed dirt into all the roles we then plants the kind of seeds we so desire. Again this is a great method due to the fact that it is biodegradable and stops the roles from just going into a landfill or other places.
Last but most certainly not least for the methods we found worked best is ice cream cones. We discovered that this method was the faster to biodegrade and had some of the best results between the all of the methods. The only difference between the other methods and this one is that you aren’t saving it from being thrown out. Instead all you have to do is go out and buy some mini cones from your local store and other than that it’s the same process. Add dirt and the seeds desired and then plant them into the larger garden. We found that this process for gardening biodegraded the fastest. The cones only took about two weeks to fully disintegrate where as the others are still in the process of biodegrading.