All Natural Gardening Tips

You can take pleasure in a fresh and also delightful salad at your table simply by starting your own little natural garden. Natural gardening is a type of gardening that uses plants that are native to the area and allows the plants to grow in their natural state without the need for shearing, staking, or clipping, including the use of plant feeds and pesticides. Growing plants, trees, flowers, vegetables, and shrubs is a wonderful hobby. However, it takes some focus and time.

Anybody who is intending to engage in gardening for the first time should be aware of a few key points. Even if you don't have a green thumb, you shouldn't let that stop you from gardening. Some individuals produce vegetables and fruits for their own use at home. It's important to understand what you're going to grow and what it will require. If you want to begin and also take care of your garden, here are a few quick and simple natural gardening tips to get you started.

  1. Repel bugs and pests

It's officially springtime! It's time to clean up your gardens. Pesticides are not recommended if you want to grow fruits, vegetables, or herbs that you will eat. Pesticides are chemicals that, once in the soil, go into everything, even your groundwater, despite what many pesticide companies state about just spraying them where you need them and not on your desired plants. However, the bugs they keep at bay aren't great either. 

So, what are your options? Use essential oils to help you. Essential oils for your garden are a great option if you're seeking natural living ideas. 

HEAL's Essential Oils - Rosemary

Rosemary is one of the most significant and well-known medicinal plants in the Mediterranean region, and it is considered a sacred plant by many cultures. Rosemary is warming, stimulating, fortifying and clearing. Yet also fresh, playful, penetrating, and dispersive, making it a brilliant oil for dispelling stagnation and conjuring joy. Rosemary essential oil has a woody fragrance and is an excellent choice for garden pest control.


Rosemary's essential oil, which contains the plant's main components, or essence, is extracted from the leaves by steam distillation. This oil was widely utilized by the Romans and ancient Egyptian civilizations for a number of applications. Many scientists are currently researching rosemary oil's possible health advantages as a result of its use in folk medicine.

Amazing repellant:

Rosemary essential oil is a natural repellant for mosquitoes and cats. Try this approach to deter cats from using your garden as their own bathroom. Using rosemary oil-water, spray little strips of fabric and hang them around the edge of your garden. Cats and mosquitos both dislike the fragrance of rosemary and will avoid it. Weekly or after a rain, re-wet the fabric strips. Aphids, cabbage butterflies, flea beetles, ants, and other pests are all deterred by it.

Essential oil tea:

For cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower, it can be used as an essential oil tea. To deter pests from eating up the leaves in the container, spray a few drops.


In a spray bottle, put 4-6 drops of essential oil. Fill it 3/4 full with water, and you're done! Before each usage, give the bottle a good shake. Spray the plants early in the morning or late in the evening for optimal effects, since the mild air aids in fast absorption.

HEAL's Essential Oils - Peppermint

The peppermint plant is a cross between spearmint (Mentha aquatica) and watermint (Mentha aquatica) (M. spicata). When eaten orally, it has a distinct sweetish aroma and a chilly aftertaste. It may be grown in the same way as other mint varieties.

Peppermint oil is used in a variety of ways, including cooking, cosmetics, medicine, and odor. But did you know that HEAL's peppermint oil may also be used in the garden?

Effective for bugs:

Peppermint essential oil has a strong, pleasant scent that repels flies, aphids, spiders, cutworms, slugs, and beetles, among other garden pests. This essential oil is also effective against mice, squirrels, and moles. Put a few drops of peppermint oil on a cotton ball and apply it on the affected regions or near the mole tunnels.

Eradicate fungus:

Garden soil can get infested with fungus and moss, depleting it of essential plant nutrients. Parasitic fungus can also harm plants by blocking pores (stomata), causing cell damage, or killing them. Peppermint oil can be used to inhibit and eradicate fungus development.


Steam distillation is used to extract the essential oil from this plant's leaves. It's a hybrid between watermint and spearmint, both of which are native to Europe. This well-known oil includes a variety of minerals and nutrients, including iron, calcium, and potassium. 


Only 15-20 drops of peppermint oil, 5 drops of dish soap, and 1 gallon of water are needed. Combine all of the ingredients in a spray bottle and treat the affected plants once or twice a week. The best times to use it are in the morning and evening. To make it more effective, include equal portions of rosemary, thyme, and clove oil into the solution.

  1. Choose veggies that are native to your area.

We don't need to tell you that a fancy, exotic cucumber-like plant that only grows in a certain Asian rainforest isn't the ideal choice for your garden, do we?

Three simple words: Do. Your. Research.

Take the time to learn which veggies and kinds are most likely to help you live a happy and healthy life in your area. Is it usually sunny in your neighborhood? What is the frequency of rain? If you answer these questions before selecting your veggies, we guarantee you'll be a very happy gardener.

  1. Attract bees and butterflies

You know what else you need in your garden? Bees! Bees pollinate your plants and are so important. To attract the bees, try Orange, Lavender, Hyssop, Majoram, Helichrysum, Basil, Sage or Rosemary. If you want to attract bees for pollination, use orange or the essential oils of small-blossomed flowers like lavender, hyssop, marjoram, helichrysum, basil, sage, and rosemary. Lavender also will amend your soil and make your plants grow better.

In organic farming, essential oils play a significant role. Various oils can help repel insects and attract butterflies and bees. With these essential oil gardening, you can keep your home garden flourishing without the use of artificial ways to attract pollinators.

HEAL's Essential Oils - Lavender

Lavender oil is the perfect ingredient to attract bees and butterflies.   It attracts bees by providing pollen and nectar for them to feast on. Another significant advantage is that it allows the plants to bloom during a period in the middle of the summer when bees are most active yet have fewer options. fragrant plants, such as lavender, attract bees. Bees are drawn to lavender in bloom, as they are to everything in bloom that provides honey or pollen.


Lavender is a beautiful lilac-colored flowering plant that grows to be around 3 feet tall. A steam distillation procedure is used to extract the oil from the flowers. Botanical supply experts inspect these sites to ensure that organic practices are in place. No synthetic additives, perfumes, fillers, or hazardous chemicals are found in heal's Lavender essential oil.

Vegetable garden supplement:

Lavender is one of those plants whose essential oils may be utilized in a variety of ways, including as a vegetable garden supplement. If you can't plant lavender near your vegetables, use a 3:1 ratio of Lavender Essential Oil in your water. To make one gallon of water, add three drops of lavender essential oil.

Kills weed:

Even at low concentrations, the effects of lavender oil on plant root development are effective at killing weeds. Furthermore, the oil has an effect on the growth of soil microorganisms and fungi that are important for crop growth.


In a spray bottle, put 4-6 drops of Heal's lavender essential oil. Fill it 3/4 full with water, and you're done! Before each usage, give the bottle a good shake. Spray the plants early in the morning or late in the evening for optimal effects, since the chilly air aids in fast absorption.

HEAL's Essential Oils - Orange

Orange oil, also known as d-limonene, is obtained by crushing and extracting the contents of the rind of an orange fruit. The enzymes and natural acids in the oil may have a favorable effect on garden plants. Orange oil, for example, may be used as a natural pesticide to keep pests away while also allowing plants to focus all of their energy on optimal growth and development. Orange oil may have effects that are comparable to synthetic plant treatments in some circumstances, making it an excellent and all-natural answer to common garden issues.


Oil is the unprocessed oil extracted from the citrus peel during the juicing process. The rind of this plant is cold compressed to obtain the essential oil. During the "cold-pressed" procedure, no heat is applied, maintaining the oil's integrity.

Eradicates fungus:

Sterilize the soil. This can help eradicate fungus and soil-borne insect pests that are obstructing plant root growth, and it's especially useful for potted plants where fungus may be a major issue. 1 gallon of freshwater + 2 oz. orange oil Pour the mixture into the soil.

Kills pests:

Aphids, beetles, and ants are all pests that need to be eliminated. The acids in orange oil enter the exoskeletons of insects and destroy them swiftly.

Attracts pollinators:

Another great way to attract pollinators to your garden is to use orange essential oil. To make a solution, combine it with heal's lavender or rosemary essential oil. Fill a spray bottle with it, or soak a cotton ball with it, and place or spray it on pots to attract pollinators.

  1. Stand a gamble on raised plant beds.

Would you like to extend the growth season of your tasty vegetables? Then you should try making raised plant beds! In the spring, a raised bed will keep the soil warmer, which will help your veggies much. Furthermore, having elevated plant beds makes weeding and harvesting much easier. No more painful muscles from leaning down to the ground all the time!

  1. Keep your garden neat and tidy.

A variety of plant diseases can be propagated through dead leaves. Take a trip through your garden every now and then and pick up any fallen leaves and twigs. Remove any diseased leaves from a vegetable to prevent the illness from spreading and harming the entire plant. Also, never put collected leaves in your compost pile; instead, toss them in the trash.


Plants are well-tended in suitable habitats. The importance of plants for a healthy and clean environment cannot be overstated, since they supply fresh oxygen, fruits, and vegetables. Plants are essential for our survival in a world where we are all living things. In order to maintain a healthy and flawless atmosphere, it is also vital to prevent plants.  Learning about vegetation is not a difficult task. Only sowing seed is not sufficient; plants must be cared for at all times as long as they exist.

 In organic farming, essential oils play a significant role. Various oils can help repel insects and eliminate invasive weeds that try to take over the garden's edible areas. With these essential oil gardening, you can keep your home garden flourishing without the use of pesticides.