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                                                                                                                               starting a vegetable garden

When you are starting a vegetable garden just do it

When you are thinking of starting a vegetable garden start simple and easy. I recommend a practice run before you get into the heavy-duty gardening bit, which is not really all that heavy duty. To start to find out if home vegetable gardening is for you just plant some squash, pumpkin and

watermelon seeds under a tap or faucet and see what happens. You just have to remember to turn the tap on occasionally. Then you should train the plants to grow around your house or along the fence. 

Another easy care vegetable garden is put a trellis up on the south side of your house and plant some cucumber, beans and eggplant and let them crawl up the trellis. 

Or you can grow them up your rain water down-pipe from your spouting. You can plant bushy plants along you fence like cherry tomatoes and chilly plants like peppers either hot or not. There are many things you can do before you start to dig up your back garden. If you have a high wooden fence around your yard make a simple trellis with nails and string or twine and grow food along your wall. 

If you already have a flower garden start planting vegetables in the flower garden, like a few carrots and parsnips here and there to break up the soil. 

Start your vegetable garden with easy to grow vegetables and them move on. Just remember not to plant too many of the same plant at the same time. Or you might have too many of the one type of vegetable and that could put you off vegetable gardening, and you donít wont that. Before you start a vegetable garden just try it out first.

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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