Things to Remember when Starting a Garden
Before starting a Garden one should pick a good location for your garden is Crucial. A Few tips for choosing a good site:
- Most vegetables need at least 8 hours of sun , but some crops will tolerate in less shade
- If you have drained soil, plant veggies in a raised bed or raised row for improved drainage. In Wet soil Roots can turn into rotted roots. In rocky soil, remove the rocks, as they will stop root growth and weaken plants.
- Ignore the places that receive strong winds that could knock the plants or stop pollinators from doing their job. Also don’t plant in a location that has more foot traffic.
- If you have thin, nutrient-poor soil, you’ll have poor, unhealthy plants. Mixing the soil with plenty of organic matter will help your plants grow.
Best plants to grow for Garden Beginners
Basil is the best herb to grow in the garden and it can be used in cooking. We will grow as much basil as possible because it produces so much throughout all the season if you care properly.
Mint will grow like crazy and is such a fun and fragrant plant to have in your garden. Mint can be invasive SO Plant it in containers and trimming it frequently to promote new growth.
Leafy Greens are a Best option to begin with. Leafy green will have Good benefits, but generally they are pretty easy to grow
Carrots are such a fun and easy vegetable to grow and are always much rewarding when you pull their colourful roots from the dirt. Carrots take more time to mature, but the end result is well worth the wait.