Beginner Gardener?

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Here is a list of the top easiest vegetables to grow!

Be sure to plant carrots in soil that is free of rocks and deep enough for a root vegetable.

Green Beans- 
There are many types of beans but broad beans are the easiest to manage. Pole beans are easy to grow but need a trellis

Do successive sowings every two weeks to space out your harvest.

Pick continuously once leaves are of reasonable size to encourage new growth.

Be sure to provide ample space for your cucumbers, they tend to spread out!

With water and a lot of sun, tomato plants will continue to produce all summer long!

Ideal for beginner gardeners, easy addition to add diversity to your garden.

Hot or sweet peppers are an easy way to add flavor to your meals, and they are easy to grow! Like tomatoes, starter plants are widely available!

Summer Squash-
Squash is a high yielding plant so don’t over plant! Harvest when they are about 9 inches long.

If you want your onions to taste a bit sweeter, give them more water than you normally would.




And some easy to grow fruits as well!

Harvest time is key when it comes to watermelon. Here are three methods for testing the ripeness.
-Thump it. If the watermelon sounds hollow, it’s ripe.
-Look at the color on the top. The watermelon is ripe when there is little contrast between the stripes.
-Look at the color on the bottom. A green watermelon will have a white bottom; a ripe melon will have a cream- or yellow-colored bottom.

Once fruit begins to grow, prune end buds off vines. Your plants may produce fewer melons, but they will be larger and of better quality.

Strawberries require 6-10 hours a day of direct sunlight, so choose your planting site accordingly.






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