As fun as planning to grow your own organic garden may seem, it is very important to start doing your research and getting your equipment before you do so. Another thing is to take your climate into account, so you know what can grow and what cannot. Basically, the sensible advice that you have, the better. The tips below can certainly help you.

When taking an organic path to control garden pests, try to build up the soil to allow healthy microbes to flourish. Earthworms are also very important to organic gardening and they should be encouraged to stay in the soil. When the soil is unhealthy, it is not as resistant to pests.

Try to put an aspirin in the water to get rid of plant diseases. One and one half aspirin crushed and added to a two gallon container of water will be a great help for your plants. The simple practice of spraying them with the mix will help them fight off diseases. Apply this solution to your plants every few weeks.

Plant your own seeds to guarantee organic produce. Sowing your own vegetable seeds gives you the comfort and assurance that your produce has been grown organically from seed to table. Choose plants that are easy to germinate such as broccoli, cabbage, basil and tomatoes. Find out the best time of the year to sprout your chosen produce.

Have your tools for gardening nearby in order to maximize your efficiency with gardening. Wear pants with multiple pockets or use a toolbox or large bucket. Make sure your trowel, pruning shears, gloves and other important tools are always handy. This will allow you to make easy work of your gardening up-keep!

Are you busy with your organic garden? Remember, before you replant your flowers or vegetables outside in cooler weather, you need to get them ready for the change in temperature and light! For a few weeks, move your plants to a colder spot with no light for a few hours. Gradually increase the amount of time you leave your plants in the cold. After a few weeks, your plants should be ready for the cooler outdoors.

Use mulch in your organic garden. Mulching helps retain moisture, and helps provide nutrients to your growing plants. You should try to use at least a three inch layer of mulch in all of your beds. It will also make your garden beds look as if they were professionally finished.

Planning for your own organic garden is exciting. You can now apply your newly acquired knowledge so that you can start growing healthier, happier plants, that bear a lot of produce for you and your family.