Starting a Vegetable Garden - Planning and Planting a Vegetable Garden
What Vegetables to Grow - Tips for Deciding
Everything sounds so tempting, how do you decide what to grow in your vegetable garden? You're first consideration should always be to plant what you like to eat. Still, you'll need to compromise because some crops simply won't grow in all areas. Weigh in the following considerations before making your final list of what vegetables to...
Seeds or Seedlings? Which is Better in the Vegetable Garden
How do you decide whether to plant your vegetable garden from seed or from transplants? The choice between direct seeding and transplanting seedlings into your vegetable garden comes down to 2 basic questions: Does the vegetable transplant well? And is your growing season long enough for the vegetables to mature when planted from seed? Here...
Planning a Vegetable Garden
Fortunately, growing vegetables is pretty easy. Whether you are starting to plan your first vegetable garden or dreaming up your next, growing great tasting vegetables and staying ahead of problems does take a little knowledge and effort. The following lessons will get your vegetable garden up and running in no time.
How Much to Plant Per Person in the Vegetable Garden
The table is not the only place our eyes are bigger than our stomachs. Before you wind up with too many cabbages and not enough tomatoes, check out these guidelines for how much to plant per person.
Space Suggestions - Getting the Most from Your Vegetable Garden
Vegetable gardens are rarely planted all at once. To get the most from the limited space of a home vegetable garden, there are several methods of extending your vegetable harvest throughout the vegetable growing season. Extending the vegetable harvest is easy enough to do, but it takes a little pre-planning as your getting your vegetable...
Vegetable Garden Styles
Vegetable Garden Styles - How to Design a Vegetable Garden
Maintenance Required in the Vegetable Garden
Vegetables don't really require more care than ornamental plants, but they will be less forgiving of neglect. Our job as gardeners is to make sure the vegetables we grow have the necessary health and vigor to keep on producing. Keeping your vegetable plants healthy and growing at a steady rate is the best insurance for a high yielding and...
Save Money Vegetable Gardening
Starting a home vegetable garden can be a great way to save money. Home grown vegetables cost a fraction of what you would pay in a grocery store. By choosing vegetables that are easy to grow, you’ll have fresh vegetable flavor and save money.