I’ve been vegetable gardening for a few years now, and my neighbors could probably tell you a thing or two about my insanely magical herloom tomatoes. But, like all of us, I started off as a beginner! Vegetable gardening for beginners can be tough! Who knew that squash multiples the way it does? And that the soil type for carrots is SO important? Instead of playing the guessing game, here are a few of my tried and true vegetable gardening tips for beginners.
#1 Location Is Everything
It’s important that you remember that your vegetable garden receives at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. The more sunlight you plants receive, the better your harvest will end up!
#2 How’s Your Soil?
When starting a vegetable garden, make sure that your garden soil can adequately support your plant’s and their roots. Make sure soil is well-draining and full of moisture. When stepped on, the soil shouldn’t compress too terribly!