Cupar, Fife (PRWEB) May 31, 2006
With springtime upon us, thousands of us are now beginning to think about our gardens again for the first time since fall. For some, this is a feeling of joy, but for many unfortunately, it’s one of dread. Gardening after a hard week at work often seems to take second place to a round of golf or a favorite TV show.
However, according to Victor Pryles, a dedicated gardener of 30 years, there is a solution. He proposes a new approach called “Weekend Gardening,” where neither your social life nor your yard needs to suffer. Having honed and fine tuned his skills as a gardener he reckons he can save you the hours of back breaking hard labor that saps the pleasure out of gardening.
With a little planning and the correct choices of flowers, fruits and vegetables it is possible to create a backyard paradise which ultimately takes less time to maintain and costs less to create.
Ironically, it’s in this area that most of us do the opposite and allow our gardens to take over. Through poor design, labor intensive plant choices and the wrong tools we often, unwittingly create a garden monster that consistently becomes harder to manage as each year passes.
It seems that by his own trial and error, Victor has come up with a gardening blueprint that does not discriminate in terms of age, ability or budget and yet still produces breath-taking results. Indeed, Victors’ gardening tips have been recommended to anyone who is “gardening-challenged” or simply looking for an easier way to garden.
For more information on Victor Pryles’ unique approach to gardening, please visit http://www.the-weekend-gardener.com where you can read a fully detailed description of his system.