While choosing the vegetables for planting in your garden, you better select the ones you like the most to eat. Those vegetables which have a delightful taste when eaten freshly-picked from their plants are to be preferred. These include sweet corn, beans and peas, spinach, tomatoes etc.
Choose a flat plot of ground and make sure it receives sunlight throughout the day. You will require to break up and turn the soil to make it ready for gardening. You should also add compost or other organic materials to increase the richness of the soil.
Examine how much growing space you have got in your garden and it will make easier for you to plant vegetables accordingly. Plants require different growing space according to their size.
If you have a smaller area for gardening, you better choose the vegetables while require lesser room for growth.
Your planting schedule must match the two seasons i.e. summer and fall. Most common cold-season vegetables are beets, cabbage, broccoli, peas, potatoes, carrots, spinach, turnips and reddish. On the other hand, you can grow beans, corn, melons, cucumber, pumpkins, tomatoes or squash in summer season.
Begin your gardening with nursery seedlings if you are not an experienced gardener. Growing up vegetables directly from seeds can be a tough job and not easily done by a new bee in this field. It is better to save your time and purchase seedlings from any nursery, as they are easier to grow.
You have to make sure your soil is prepared before you sow seedlings to it. Buy healthy seedlings and keep the soil moist with water after you have sowed them.
It is better to start growing seedlings in pots and then transplant them into your garden soil once they get going.