Planning to Start a Home Garden? Here are 3 Types of Tree Nurseries to Start With

Starting a garden is one of the most rewarding landscaping projects you can do for your home. The process is even more rewarding when you grow seeds in your nursery and eventually nurture them into yielding crops. 

That said, many people shy away from starting a nursery in their home because they do not understand enough about running one. Here are three things you need to know about nursery types you can start at home. 

The Temporary Versus Permanent Nursery

The first nursery classification depends on whether you need the plants throughout the year or for a specific period. For example, you can start a temporary nursery when you need a few flowers to add to your landscaping or grow seasonal vegetables. You will pull down the nursery when you fulfil your goal. 

On the other hand, a permanent nursery is best when you need to grow various crops to use and sell.  You can plant trees, fruit trees, flowers or vegetables to sell to neighbours and in the locality. 

Nurseries Based on the Plants You Grow There

Keeping a nursery is a unique art. You cannot add all types of plants to the same small space and expect great results. For example, a fruit tree nursery can last a long time due to high demand. On the other hand, a vegetable plant nursery will need replanting several times a year because vegetables mature quickly, and you need to keep up with regular replanting.

The third option is an ornamental plant nursery. You use ornamental plants to decorate and accentuate your garden. If you are enthusiastic about homemade wellness products, you can plant a nursery filled with medicinal and aromatic crops. People have increased their level of interest in natural wellness products, and a nursery could be beneficial.

Nurseries Based on The Plan or Outline 

You can also classify your nursery according to the outline. An open nursery is easy to install and maintain because it does not need temperature control and other overhead structures. 

Conversely, a closed nursery will require an overhead roof, a glasshouse and shade nets. It will also cost more when it comes to installation, but it will control the climate inside. Other plans include horizontal and vertical nurseries, depending on the available space.

Getting the ideal plant nursery for your home is a process that needs prior consultations. Talk to your local agricultural supplies experts and find out what it takes to run a successful nursery and to help you choose the ideal one for you. They can provide more information regarding plant nurseries.