Vegetable Garden Planting  

  » Vegetable Garden

  » Organic Gardening

  » Grow Vegetables

  » Garden Design

  » Link To Us

  » Home

For a large section of land waiting for a garden, check this out in the Australian outback


                                                                                                                           vegetable gardening planting

When you get into vegetable gardening planting just remember donít plant too many seeds of the one vegetable

Unless you love eating it. Vegetable gardening planting is about a continuous supply of fresh vegetables throughout the year. So space your planting time. I throw in a few seeds, see how many

come up and survive the snails and slugs. And then about 10 days later I plant a few more, some for me and some for the slugs. 

Iím into natural organic gardening so when I am planting vegetable seeds I donít plant the same seeds all in one place. 

Iíll put one here and one there and another over there. This way if one gets eaten or gets diseased then hopefully the bugs, pests or diseases wont move to the next plant. That doesnít work with slugs and snails they eat nearly everything green that grows. I have found silver beet to survive quite well every though it does get attacked. 

So when you are planting your vegetable garden allow for the pests eating their share. 

Hedgehogs are good if you can get them, they love slugs and snails. I donít worry too much about vegetable planting times as long as you are planting seeds continuously and planting different types some will come up. ĎNature will find a way.í As long as your seeds have sunlight, water and somewhere to stick their roots they will grow. 

I use a drip irrigation system that I switch on and off as needed. The pipes are just rolled down the beds about a foot apart and they keep everything growing in the heat. So when you are into vegetable gardening planting just keep planting the seeds and give them water and sunlight and they will grow.

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.




This site is © Copyright Peter Legrove 2004-2008, All Rights Reserved