Having freshly-picked vegetables can be a special fulfilling experience. Many would love to eat homegrown vegetable yet don’t know much about the procedure of starting vegetable garden. There is a large number of seedlings in a nursery and knowing which to take to your garden may require appropriate advice. You have to know what to plant, when to plant and how to plant it.
The following are a few instructions on the best way to start vegetable garden:
Grow the vegetables you love eating. A priority ought to be given to those with great flavor when eaten fresh from harvest.
Prepare a flat ground that is exposed to sunlight during the day. Break the soil and mix with organic material and manure. Entire sun exposure is essential when growing the vegetables.
Assess the measure of space you have and do the planting. Different types of vegetables require different spacing. Majority of the spacing information can be found on the seed packets, in catalogs, in books, and also in nursery tags.
Go for crops that require a small room if your vegetable garden is small. Tomatoes can be grown in a hanging basket while lettuce may do well in a pot plant.
Shop for quality and healthy seedlings when the soil is prepared and you are going to plant. Ensure they stay moist and don’t keep them out for over three days. Purchase healthy and solid seedlings.