Just because cool weather is finally approaching doesn’t mean you have to let your gardening fall by the wayside, or your garden blog. Your fall harvest is a perfect time to rethink your garden blog design, or, if you don’t have a blog, think about creating one from scratch. A garden blog is a useful tool for tracking your plantings and harvests, while allowing readers to chime in with useful pieces of advice. With enough readers, you may also be able to monetize your blog by selling gardening products with strategically placed ads. So whether or not you’re starting a blog for the first time or just want to upgrade one you already have, the best way to get started is to choose a WordPress blog theme from TheBuckmaker.com. Prices range from $75 to free. The one we’re recommending for your garden blog, the Aeros theme, just happens to be one of the free ones.
Aeros provides a clean, simple layout for your blog posts and pictures. Either use the background that comes with the theme, or customize it with one of your own. Perhaps a beautiful image of your ripe fruits and vegetables chosen according to the seasons. Fat, orange pumpkins for fall or juicy, red strawberries for spring.
All your blog posts will be posted with an easy to read date tab, and just as with any WordPress blog, your posts will be categorized according to any tags you choose. Set up your categories in the simply formatted sidebar, and your readers will have all of your gardening expertise at their fingertips.
Because Aeros is a free theme from TheBuckmaker, it’s a good one to start out with to learn how our themes work. Later on, if you want more bells and whistles, and personalized maintenance help, you can consider some of our other blog themes like Aerotronic or AeroMag. At TheBuckmaker, we’re confident that once you try one of our themes, you’ll never go anywhere else for the lifetime of your blog.