Garden Guide

Part of my fall garden.

A thought out and well tended garden can provide food for a household all year long. Most home gardeners agree that fresh produce from the garden tastes SO much better than store-bought veggies.  And preserving them to be enjoyed when they’re not in season by freezing, canning, or dehydrating, makes the home garden rewarding year-round. These vegetables not only provide food budget savings but also are much more nutritious.

If you’re a beginner vegetable gardener, here are basics on vegetable garden planning: site selection, plot size, which vegetables to grow, and when to grow them.

Keep in mind that it’s better to have a small, productive garden than to be frustrated by a big one!

One of the common errors for beginners is planting too much too soon.  If that’s the case, you can lose all your little seedlings to a late frost.  Also keep in mind, that plants that aren’t heat resistant need to be started before the last frost.

For monthly tips on what to plant and when, as well as the mistakes i’ve made with my veggies,  check back monthly to see what’s going on in the garden.

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