Seeds planted the chaos gardening, bringing these little specks of life together to create a whole new lifeform directly in front of your eyes, are just so captivating. Just by adding a little water and some dirt, you have the ability to bring a whole new world into being. This may sound drastic, but when you consider the type of life that the plant will have once that moment has passed, well, it won’t be very interesting.
Now that the seed packets have long passed their expiration date, your mind probably turns to this question: What can I do with them? The plants do not seem to be fit for duty, so what can you do with them? Rather than a normal garden, you plant a chaos garden instead.
How can you make the most of a Chaos Garden?
The purpose of this guide is to help you figure it all out as you go through 10 different steps designed to help you better understand how it all works and whether or not it’s the right plan for you.
Chaos Gardens – what are they?
There is nothing miraculous about chaos gardening. They are merely exercises that you can do while also praying to all the deities out there that you may be able to make something from nothing.
Simply pick up all the seeds you haven’t used yet and roll them into neat, little packages, then plant them together to see what survives the hunger games.
It is best to slam down all of your seeds and instead see which one will thrive in this new environment rather than take the time off to actually write down what you will be putting down on every inch of your garden.
How will chaos gardening benefit you, and what should you keep in mind while participating in this strange new method? Read on to learn more:
Matching and mixing:
The first step that you will need to complete is an extremely simple one, by simply putting all of the old seeds that you have had on your hands all of this time in a bowl and seeing how many there are.
This is a very significant step because it is the only way to see which one will still grow once you plant it. Therefore, if there are no reactions then it is probably about time for you to get rid of it.
You can do this by getting a bowl large enough to fit the number of seeds you need to work with, then fill the bowl with warm water until the seeds are all covered.
Once you have waited a bit, maybe splashed them around some more to make sure they are absorbing as much water as possible. Then you can go to bed and check on them the next morning.