Start by choosing vegetables you like to eat. They’re more likely to thrive in your soil and be easy to grow where you live.
Next, choose a location with good sunlight, near a water source, and away from trees or shrubs. You also need to consider pests and weeds.
Spring is the time to begin planting the home vegetable garden after the danger of frost has passed, which is around April 15th in our area. Many types of vegetables thrive in our area. A home vegetable garden can produce an abundant harvest if planted and maintained correctly.
The garden needs to be on a site that receives full sun. Avoid areas beneath trees and shrubs since their shade and competition for nutrients and water will inhibit the growth of the vegetable plants. To avoid shading out the lower growing plants, plant the taller ones, such as corn and pole beans, on trellises, on the north side of the garden. The garden should be no larger than what you can adequately maintain. It should be close enough to a water source for convenient application. Supplemental watering will be necessary to keep the plants in optimum condition during dry periods.