8 Helpful Tips To Start Your Own Vegetable Garden

From starting with a small space, picking the best soil, planning the layout, planting the seeds to protecting against pests and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Outline A Vegetable Gardening Plan – 00:58
Start with a small space – 01:49
Choose What And How Much You Want To Grow – 02:57
Plan the layout – 04:06
Invest in good soil – 04:55
Plant Your Seeds and Water Them – 05:51
Defend Against Garden Pests And Weeds – 06:29
Be patient and harvest – 07:30


1. Outline A Vegetable Gardening Plan: Wherever you are planning to start growing your vegetable garden, there is most likely someone in your neighborhood or local area who is already doing it. Use this collective local knowledge.

2. Start with a Small Space: Lots of people dream of having a huge vegetable garden, a sprawling site that will be big enough to grow everything they want. But efficient vegetable gardens are much easier to care for.

3. Choose What And How Much You Want To Grow: Pay close attention to the description on the seed packet, tag, or label. Each variety of vegetable comes with certain characteristics. Some produce smaller plants ideal for containers or small gardens. Other varieties offer better disease resistance, improved yields, or better heat- or cold-tolerance. Start by choosing veggies you like to eat, then look into their sizes and care needs.

4. Plan The Layout: Once you know where you want your garden, decide on the type and size of garden bed. Raised beds are attractive and may make it easier to work in your garden, but they also dry out more quickly. In very dry areas, sunken beds can be used to gather available moisture.

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