Information About Seaside Gardens

Seaside gardening encompasses a wide range of topics, leaving many coastal gardeners feeling frustrated. Learning how to garden near ocean areas means becoming knowledgeable with coastal issues like erosion, flooding, hurricanes, etc. Choosing suitable plants for seaside gardens is also important, as issues such as salt spray can have an adverse effect on them. We make this easy by providing information on choosing plants for seaside gardens and handling most seaside gardening issues. So keep reading to learn more about gardening by the sea.

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What Is A Maritime Forest – Trees And Shrubs For Maritime Environments

By Teo Spengler

What are the most common trees and shrubs for maritime forests? Read on for info on maritime forest plants.

Seaside Gardening Issues: Common Issues Affecting Coastal Gardens

By Amy Grant

Issues affecting coastal gardens mainly stem from wind, salt spray, periodic storm waves, and shifting sand. In this article, we will tackle the question of how to handle problems with seaside gardening.

Seaside Garden Basics: Planning And Maintaining Gardens Near Ocean Fronts

By Jackie Carroll

Seaside landscaping presents unique challenges. Seaside gardens call for plants that thrive in the face of adversity. The information in this article can help when planning coastal gardens.

Best Seaside Garden Plants: Choosing Plants For A Seaside Garden

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

If you're lucky enough to live near the beach, you'll want great seaside plants to show off your garden. Choosing seaside plants is not difficult, once you learn what to look for, and this article can help.

Seaside Vegetable Garden: Tips For Growing Vegetables On Coast

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Most plants have little tolerance to high levels of salt, especially vegetables. The sodium draws moisture out of the plant and it can burn roots. This article will help with growing veggies near the sea.

Plants For Gardening With Salt Water Soil

By Jackie Rhoades

Salty soils occur when sodium builds up in the soil. Even runoff from winter salt spray can create a microclimate in need of salt resistant gardens. This article can help with choosing salt tolerant plants.

Seaside Gardens – Catch The Wave With Seaside Gardening

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

The natural conditions along the coast can create a hostile environment for garden plants. Seaside gardening away from these conditions also presents challenges for the gardener. Learn more here.

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