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TOP 10 Tips on Starting Your Own Vegetable Garden

TOP 10 Tips on Starting Your Own Vegetable Garden

Growing edibles is one of the hottest gardening trends for 2015, but it is slowly becoming a necessity. Vegetable gardens are the easiest and cheapest way to healthy, safe veggies. You have probably thought about starting your own vegetable garden and we encourage you to go through with it. It is such a rewarding job as you will enjoy your first harvest in a very short time. Of course, there are things to know before starting or even planning your vegetable garden, tips that will help you throughout the whole process.

This is why we decided to cover the basics of creating a successful vegetable garden. These guide stresses the most important aspects of edible gardening like choosing the right vegetables, planing and designing the layout of your garden, soil preparation, planting and harvesting. We hope you will find our tips useful and you will manage to grow your own healthy and safe edibles.

Don’t worry about not having enough space as you can have a vegetable garden even on your deck or balcony. Let us show you how easy it can be…

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TOP 10 Tips on Starting Your Own Vegetable Garden

1. Choosing Which Edible to Grow

If you are a beginner in vegetable gardening it is best to choose edibles that are easy to grow. Some of the best choices are lettuce, tomato, sugar snap peas, beans, radish, summer squash, rhubarb, chives, basil, thyme etc. But, we advice you to start small. This means planting just as much as you need. You don’t want to end up wasting food and feeling overwhelmed by your garden. Think about what your family eats. Also, have in mind that some veggies keep providing throughout the whole season while others produce only once. Planning is the key for a successful vegetable garden.

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  1. Marieme Gueye

    September 20, 2015 at 3:59 am

    hello my name is Marieme for two years now I am dying to have my own garden,I need help badly I am not around in the summer time as I go back to my home country with my children.I want to garden so I can feed my family healthier my husband and my two youngest 9 and 13 have type 1 diabetes,I live in Long Island New York I really will appreciate it if someone from your team can guide me through a start.Thank you

  2. geri

    December 28, 2015 at 3:26 am

    Hi, Marieme, I’m not with this site, I was looking for any useful gardening tips. But, anyways, try your local ag extension office. They can be a beginner/small farmers best asset when it comes to getting started. They usually have a great team of people that can help guide you through the whole process, from what will grow best for your area, help you with testing your soil, when to harvest your crop and the best ways to put up what you harvest. A lot of people don’t realize that their ag extension office is there for small farmers, also, not just the big time cash crop farmers. They may even also offer some gardening classes for beginners. I hope this helps you out.

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