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                                                                                                                                  vegetable garden ideas

Vegetable garden ideas should include growing vegetables to eat as well as how big you want your garden

There are many different vegetable garden ideas out there but you need an idea that will suit your situation. If you live in a flat or an apartment you should be looking at container planting and

window boxes or something along those lines. If you have only a small lot like around 2000 square feet of grass then you should be looking at John Jeavons Bio-Intensive methods. But I don’t recommend you start off your gardening experience with bio-Intensive gardening. 

I would recommend something a lot simpler then work up to a more Bio-Intensive method. 

Or you might put off your garden indefinitely. Your vegetable garden ideas should revolve around what you physically can do and the area you can do it in. And one little part of the vegetable gardening experience that some would be gardeners simple overlook is, ‘How much do you want to spend.’ 

I like to garden on the cheap using a bit of exercise to get things done. 

Also when you start turning your lawn into vegetables no big ideas. Big ideas take a lot of energy. So start with something you can handle then get bigger. To set it all up takes time and energy but after that it is all maintenance and eating the vegetables. After one bed or garden is up and running you can start dreaming bigger ideas and set up another garden or bed. This evolving process has more chance of succeeding than turning your whole lawn into a garden in one hit. So to start vegetable gardening no big ideas at the start just let them evolve.

Check out our Vegetable Gardening page and see what you think, but now is the time to stop thinking and just throw a few seeds around the house to see what happens.




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