The first step in the realization of an ecological garden is the understanding of the term “ecological”. Such a garden must be a unitary whole, an ecosystem in which balance is created between plants, soil, insects, and the gardener – a real natural network!

In an organic garden, most of the materials are recycled, and the chosen plants do not need a lot of water or special care.

Soil is among the most important components of an eco-friendly landscaping project. It is not fertile everywhere, which is why it must be helped. There are some solutions that will make the soil happy, and organic fertilization is definitely a very important and effective one. Organic fertilizers protect the soil and plants, while chemical fertilizers act in the moment, without having beneficial effects in time. Biofertilizers are made from organic materials, natural materials that come from plants and animals. They are devoid of chemical or synthetic elements and contain only natural ingredients.

If the soil is good, the next step for a successful landscaping project is the choice of the plants that are going to be used. Serious documentation on the conditions necessary for different types of vegetation to grow is not only necessary – it is mandatory! It is highly recommended that the plants are local and adapted to the local environmental conditions.

Finally, yet importantly, the materials used for other exterior arrangements that complement your eco-friendly landscaping project (garden paths, fences, etc.) must be and feel natural.  Be sure to use fertilizers and different composts from