Growing A Vegetable Garden
Growing a vegetable garden is one of the most rewarding pastimes on so many levels; gorgeous fresh vegetables ‘fruits of your labor’, fresh air, exercise and most importantly relaxation (it’s a great stress reliever). Anyway, following is some practical tools for a vegetable garden. Truly no experience necessary……we’re passionate about gardening and provide all the information you need right here at Home-vegetable garden.com
Familiarize yourself with the following tools, you’ll be well equip to grow a successful vegetable garden. No we don’t just dig up a bit of ground push some seeds in and wait, consider these the most important tools you need in growing a bountiful vegetable garden.
Tool #1: Planning
We don’t plan to fail we fail to plan. The more time spent planning before putting shovel to dirt, the less time and money spent figuring it out in the long run, now if you’re anything like me, that will be a struggle, we just want to get stuck in don’t we, trust me it won’t take long and you’ll be glad you took the time to learn this key info.
Planning a vegetable garden,
what to plant where, the ‘how to’ for planning a vegetable garden and companion planting
Tool #2: Getting to know your soil
is the life blood of your vegetable garden, understanding what your current soil structure is and what is needed to enrich your soil to grow the produce you desire.
Tool #3: Fertilizer
what to use and when to use fertilizers
Spend 4-6 hours a week in the garden, planting seedlings, watering, weeding, mulching, controlling insects and harvesting, it’s amazing how those hours just fly by, when you spend a little bit of time every day, doing so will keep you on top of any problems and in plentiful supply of fresh vegetables – the more you learn about growing a vegetable garden the more you’ll get from it……
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Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Building a raised bed vegetable garden will give you better drainage, easier access around the beds and the ability to add good quality soil to the garden.
How To Make Compost
Don’t spend endless money on fertilisers and chemicals when you can learn how to make compost crawling with millions of micro-organisms packed full of all the nutrients needed, that will bring life back to your soil.