When we talk about sustainable or ecological gardens, we refer to those who adapt to the natural conditions of the place, no resources are wasted and the environment is respected, minimizing possible use of resources, while consumption and functionality is optimized.

Today, it has been much care we must have with natural resources and environmental conservation and it’s why we must take certain aspects when creating a sustainable garden, as they are:

Water: make the most of, preferably in the morning, because there is no sun and thus reduces evaporation. Also, you can create channels in the roof that recycles rainwater for irrigation and a better naturally.

Garden at home: always consider using native plants because they are better adapted to the local climate and need less watering. The gardens are also considered sustainable arable spaces, where you can have vegetables for their nutrient supply for the benefit of soils, medicinal plants all-purpose cooking spices, fruits, among others.

Organic fertilizers: fertilizers because the synthetic type are the main cause of water pollution, a better option for organic fertilizer is the development of own compost, which is made from natural waste.

Lighting: for better use of energy, you can create solar panels or energy-saving bulbs.

In addition, with the implementation of sustainable gardening also achieve other benefits such as greater biodiversity, better microclimate and better air quality. So, consider these aspects and understand the natural landscape of the place in which we live is critical because the gardens of other places or even countries, have little or nothing to do with our territory, so it would be difficult and unnatural achieve a garden with plants that cannot adapt to our climate because it requires high maintenance to achieve sustainable space.