Advice for growing a garden with no knowledge on plants please?

NomNomAnon (@nomnomanon) 8 years, 9 months ago

So, let me start off by saying, all I know with plants is they need sun, soil, and water. I really want my own vegetable garden though, because the produce at my rural grocery store is awful. Also, I feel like its a useful skill to learn. I want to grow: broccoli, tomatoes, califlower, lettuce, squash, zuccini, asperagus, khale, and cucumbers. What seasons are those? How much sun/water is needed? What can I do to ensure quality in growing my own food?

March 1, 2013 at 4:17 pm
Anonymous (272) (@) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

Grab a book! A single post on here won’t do you justice. Every vegetable is different. Tomatoes grow on a vine, squash from the ground, potatoes in the ground (I.E. you dig them up) et cetera. If you buy the vegetables seeds in a packet from a market, it should say how much sunlight/water.
Also, you plant different things at different times. It’s not like you can just plant all this shit at the same time (they say “it’s spring so I gotta start my garden”, well, who the fuck plants their pumpkins in the spring?) et cetera.

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