Vegetable Gardening Tips

Growing your own vegetables is not difficult, although many find it a bit of a challenge. And if you choose your plants wisely, growing your own can help offset the cost of vegetables. In a space as small as 40m2 (8m x 5m), you can grow a year's supply of vegetables easily.

Starting an edible garden only requires time, common sense and a little knowledge.
  1. If you have very little space or live in an apartment, then you can start vertical gardening and hanging gardens in your apartment's balcony.
  2. Another option for those who have small garden is to use containers.
  3. You can create a no-dig garden by laying newspapers, hay, fertiliser and compost.
  4. When choosing what to plant, you should consider planting only those produce you and your family members like to eat and which have good and longer yield, easy to grow, less susceptible to pests and diseases and easily stored or preserved. Choosing the right plants will save you a lot.
The advantage of growing vegetables at home is that you always get fresh vegetables.

An important advantage of growing your own vegetables is that you can grow organically, without using any chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The organic vegetables taste very good and are healthy due to the absensce of harmful chemicals.

Dark green vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, radish greens, turnip, Brussels sprouts, watercress
Green Vegetables
The following in-depth articles will give you all the information you need to grow vegetables more successfully. The links will take you to the Articles. More links will be added as and when more articles are posted.
  1. Amaranth
  2. Beans
  3. Growing Beets and Beetroot
  4. Bitter melon (Bitter Gourd)
  5. Growing Bottle Gourd
  6. Broccoli
  7. Brussels sprouts
  8. Cabbage
  9. Carrot
  10. Cauliflower
  11. Collards
  12. Growing Cucumber
  13. Growing Eggplant
  14. Endive
  15. Growing Kale
  16. Kohlrabi
  17. Leeks
  18. Lettuce (Growing lettuce)
  19. Mustard greens
  20. Onion
  21. Okra (Growing okra)
  22. Parsley
  23. Parsnip
  24. Peas (Growing peas)
  25. Growing Potatoes
  26. Growing Radishes
  27. Shallots
  28. Silverbeet
  29. Snow Peas
  30. Growing Spinach
  31. Squash
  32. Swedes
  33. Growing Taro
  34. Growing Tinda
  35. Turnip
  36. Growing Tomatoes
  37. Growing seedlings

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