Believe it or not, the first published article – and one of the first things you'll ever published – about gardening. There is a good bit related needs grow their own garden …. again …. and fashion is not too technical, so it's a good place to start. Here are some tips to help you.
This is the most important thing you need to know do not necessarily have that green-fingered to write about gardening. What many gardeners looking for ideas and inspiration. And the little tips, tricks and secrets that can help them improve their garden without spending a lot of money.
If you've done or plan garden project – such as a lake, flooring or landscaping, for example – you can use that as a starting point. Write a step-by-step guide to what you did. It includes a "shopping list" of items that are necessary for the project, the estimated cost. Things like this make the project appear to be feasible and increase credibility.
Or, if you can, say, tomato or petunia inside out with some of his top secret tips. That readers are likely to discover a traditional gardening books. For example, there is a certain fertilizers that we have found works really well? Or you can a little-known way to get rid of organic green fly?
Whatever you do, try and write tightly focused on the subject and is intended to be a personal twist on it. This increases the real power of writing
So who buys garden writing? try and gardening magazines of general interest magazines and newspapers. Some women's magazines to buy garden writing, just over 60 magazines aimed Try gardening websites.
Consider your own gardening blog as a way to promote your service.
The photos are a great way of adding interest to your garden, writing, and even earn extra money. try to take photos closely, what we write and not just general outdoor scenes. If you write a project as above photo to create a "how to" guide, the image of each major step.
One last thing, remember that gardening is seasonal in most countries, so plan ahead. It's too late to think about summer gardening topics written in the middle of summer. Think of writing rather than fall and winter gardening topics, and vice versa.