I love to spend as much time in the vegetable garden as I possibly can. I affectionately refer to my garden as my happy place, and that’s because it is. I’m even a certified master gardener. If you love to garden like me, check out these great vegetable gardening ideas from a certified master gardener (me!).
Vegetable Gardening Ideas: Indoor
If you don’t have tons of space for gardening vegetables outside, you can always grow them indoors! Believe it or not, you can grow a whole vegetable garden on your windowsill. You just need the right kind of vegetables. I recommend starting with lettuce, chives, red peppers, and mini tomatoes. All of these need similar lighting needs and these are usually the most commonly used items in a garden, for me anyway. To learn more about growing your own windowsill garden, check out this tutorial from my archives.
Of course, when growing vegetables indoors, you can grow some of them in water. For some gardeners, propagating vegetables in water is easier than managing soil moisture. If the soil gets too moist, you might have root rot problems and no one wants that. So why not propagate in water instead? Follow this tutorial of mine to learn how to propagate your own vegetables in the water at home.
Vegetable Gardening Ideas: Layout
When growing vegetables at home, one of the most important things to do is layout your garden so that it will have complete success. Did you know that some vegetable varieties do better when planted next to other vegetable varieties? It’s true. I will walk you through the entire process of laying out your vegetable garden in this super simple tutorial. Plus, if you layout your garden following my tutorial, you will have a higher veggie yield. Who doesn’t want that?
Vegetable Gardening Ideas: Easy/ Fast
New to vegetable gardening? No worries. It’s something that everyone can pick up with a little practice. When starting to garden, I recommend planting a variety of easy-to-grow vegetables like carrots, kale, and other lettuce. Add in some herbs and radishes, and others from this tutorial and you’ll have a super easy-grow garden. Additionally, here are some more easy to grow plants.
Additionally, if you’re into gardening for a good time and not a long time, try going these super easy-to-grow vegetables. They will sprout from seed in as little as 90 days in some cases. Learn more here.