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I’m a gardening expert and you watered your plants wrong

So that your garden plants always look their best can be a chore, especially during the summer months when they need more water.

But one gardening expert has warned that if you don’t want to endanger them, there’s a right time and a wrong time to water your plants.

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According to Factory Direct Hose gardener Melanie Evans, you should water your garden first thing in the morning.

This allows the water to seep into the ground and slowly evaporate.

“Unless you’re watering with a drip irrigation system, avoid watering at night,” Melanie told The Delite.

“Plants often stay wet all night if they are watered in the evening, which is a recipe for plant disease.”

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Melanie also suggested that you run your hose for a few seconds before watering your lawn or allowing your kids to drink from it.

This will prevent the water from getting excessively hot or cold.

This way you can avoid scorching your plants or shocking the roots with water that is too cold.

“This will flush out water that’s stagnant in your hose and also prevent you from scalding your plants with hot water,” she explained.

Watering your plants with aspirin repels insects and prevents rot and disease, according to Sawinery founder Robert Johnson.

An aspirin in four liters of water is enough.

As previously reported, a North Carolina gardener known online as GrowYoFood has advised against over-watering seedlings after germination.

“You can’t water them like you would a houseplant and you can’t spray them like you did before because they get moldy,” she explained.

“Don’t water them from above and wait for the water to drip through.”

The water only collects at the top and does not reach the soil in the middle and below where the roots should grow.

During the summer, gardening expert Joseph Clark recommends watering potted plants daily, which he says can be done with an old plastic bottle and a cotton swab.

When it comes to growing fruits and vegetables, Clark recommends using empty toilet paper tubes.

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Other tips for a successful garden include using coffee grounds in your soil to repel pests.

Gardeners can also block weeds with old newspapers.

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Jessica MacLeish

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