Growing a Vegetable Garden

Cultivating your vegetable garden has become a real passion.
Cultivating your vegetable garden means sowing, planting and having the pleasure of seeing each species in your garden born and growing, then harvesting your first vegetables to enjoy them.


Growing a vegetable garden: the basics


You have decided to eat healthy and you feel like a gardener. To do so, you have chosen to create your own vegetable garden.
Growing your own vegetable garden is therefore :

Another advantage of crop rotation in the vegetable garden is that it does not use too many pesticides.

  • designing a vegetable garden by arranging your vegetable garden in a sunny location, sheltered from the wind and close to a water point,
  • Maintain your vegetable garden and choose a vegetable garden soil that corresponds to your type of crop,
  • take care of your vegetable garden by protecting it from the diseases of the vegetable garden.
    • How to know how to plant a vegetable garden?
  • To plant a vegetable garden, there are two possibilities: sow or plant because many plants can be sown or planted.
  • Seeding is a more economical solution requiring to start the crops earlier. On the other hand, seedlings can be planted directly in the vegetable garden.
  • For seedlings, planting will therefore involve the vegetable garden plants and vegetables grown in pots. They come from transplanting or are bought in garden centers.
  • First of all, all the plants must adapt to their new environment which is your vegetable garden. This is often a critical phase so as not to disrupt the recovery of the plant.
    Therefore, it will be necessary to preserve the roots and water.
    Preserving the roots
    The roots must have ideal contact with the soil so that they can grow quickly. They will have to take the air and the sun too much during the plantation to avoid a drying out.
  • During the plantation, they should not be compressed in a too narrow space, the roots should have a position downwards and not turned upwards, to find themselves as in their natural environment.
  • Otherwise, growth will be stopped.
    Watering
    In order to plant your various vegetables properly, it is essential to water the soil thoroughly to compact it.
  • Watering will be done the day before planting to allow the plants to gorge themselves with water.
  • You can also leave the seedlings in a basin of water for a few minutes before planting.
    • When to plant the vegetable garden?
      In spring, it is preferable to plant during the day when the temperature is pleasant. As for the summer, it is advisable to plant in the morning or in the evening in a cool place.
    • How to cultivate its vegetable garden?
      Cultivating your vegetable garden means devoting time to each vegetable and each plant of the garden, because the care is specific according to the species.
      To cultivate your vegetable garden, it is to know :
  • which variety to choose,
  • how to plant,
  • when to sow,
  • and in which season to harvest.
    Cultivating your vegetable garden is also crop rotation.
    To succeed in your vegetable garden, it is important not to plant the same species in the same place from one year to the next to avoid soil impoverishment and the spread of diseases.
    Crop rotation in the vegetable garden means not planting vegetables from the same family in the same place two years in a row.
    This avoids :
  • diseases,
  • the multiplication of insects,
  • depletion of the soil’s mineral resources,
  • weed growth.
    The soil in the vegetable garden will therefore have time to restructure itself.

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