Starting A Vegetable Garden
Keeping vegetables happy can be simple if you start with the right plan. Learn about the different varieties and their growing needs, such as sunlight requirements and cold tolerance.
Find a sunny spot and plant your seeds at the right time. A planting calendar helps you pinpoint the exact dates.
Choose a spot that gets at least six hours of sun a day and drains well. If poor soil is a problem, consider building a few raised beds you can fill with better topsoil.
As raised beds become more popular, so do the options for making them. You can start with one of the following:
Your raised bed doesn’t need a bottom. You can add good soil right on top of the ground. Just remove grass and weeds first.