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You do not have to be a professional to grow a garden. Gardening can be an exciting, rewarding experience. Furthermore, you can produce a lot more food in a small area than you might suspect. In addition, there are some valuable by-products from a successful gardening experience. The most important of which is self-confidence. Give gardening a try. You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain!
This valuable complete guide to gardening is chalk full of information including:
Where to Garden
There are many ways and many places around a home or in an apartment to grow vegetables. There has to be a suitable environment, but you certainly do not need the “ideal” situation to begin. The following are two of the musts for a successful garden.
- The garden needs four to six hours of direct sunlight.
- The soil the plants are grown in must be able to drain so that water will not accumulate.
What are the most nutritious types of vegetables?
☆ Asparagus ☆ Snap Beans ☆ Broccoli ☆ Table Beets ☆ Cabbage ☆ Carrots ☆ Chard ☆ Collards ☆ Cucumbers ☆ Kale ☆ Mustard Greens ☆ Onions ☆ Okra ☆ Parsnips ☆ Garden Peas ☆ Sweet Potatoes ☆ Tomatoes ☆ Potatoes
What are cold-hardy varieties of plants for early spring planting?
How can I make a compost pile?
What cold-tender or heat-hardy plants should I plant in the later spring or early summer?
This complete guide to gardening highlights how to water your garden, pest control, mulch techniques as well as recommended garden plans/plots. Gardens are a great way to reduce your grocery bill, eat foods that are more nutritious and be prepared with fresh fruits and vegetables in case a dire emergency should strike.
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