Would you like to kill those obnoxious weeds naturally? Take layers of newspapers and use them for weed control. Weeds must have sunlight in order to grow. By placing newspaper over them, they will not get light and suffocate. In time, the newspaper will decompose into the soil. One way to enhance the appearance of your garden if you are using newspapers is to add an additional layer of mulch.
Make sure you consider adequate spacing when planting your garden, so that each plant is given room enough to grow and flourish. Many people underestimate the space needed for plants to grow to their full size. Air circulation and room to grow is important for any plant. Make sure that you map out your garden layout beforehand and place your seeds with an adequate amount of space in between each.
Creating a new bed for your perennials is easy. Cut underneath the turf, then flip it. Next, use wood chips to cover the area. Wait a few weeks and then plant your perennials into the brand new bed.
Looking for a natural way to kill weeds in your garden? Take layers of newspapers and use them for weed control. Weeds cannot grow without light. If you put a thick layer of newspaper on them, weeds will not be able to get light or air, and they will die! Newspapers easily break down over a period of time, and eventually become a portion of the compost. Add visual appeal by placing some mulch over the top. It can be extremely fast and easy to plant perennials into your garden. Slice under the grass with a spade, flip the layer you have lifted over, and spread three inches of wood chips on top. Give the area a couple of weeks, then dig into it and plant your new perennials.