One of the most common questions I get asked is what type of organic vegetable fertilizer should I use in my garden? In fact, I get asked so many Continue Reading
Vegetable Gardening has become wildly popular over the past several years. I mean, what’s better than growing tons of fresh veggies right in your own backyard? If you dream of having an amazing vegetable garden, then you’re in the right place!
What Is Vegetable Gardening?
If you're not a gardener, you may wonder what the term "vegetable gardening" means. Well, as far as I know, there's not a formal definition for it. But here's mine...
Vegetable Gardening is the practice of growing plants for the sole purpose of producing homegrown veggies.
Sometimes other edible plants (like herbs) can be lumped into this category, which can be confusing. That's because many gardeners combine different types of plants into their veggie garden (which is perfectly acceptable!). But here we will focus solely on vegetables.
DIY Vegetable Gardening
Here you will find everything you need to know about DIY vegetable gardening. To get started quickly, read my ultimate guide to growing vegetables.
There you will learn all about the benefits of veggie gardening, and different growing techniques you can use. You’ll also get tons of tips for starting a new veggie garden, including designing the layout, choosing what to grow, and planting.
So sit back, relax, and dig right in by reading the articles below.
Recent Vegetable Gardening Articles
With the heat of summer, you may have noticed that some of your vegetables are looking a bit wilted. Why? They might not have enough water.When Continue Reading
When I first started gardening, planting my vegetable garden every spring was a very stressful. I used to "plan" as I went, deciding where to put Continue Reading
Sprouts are delicious, nutritious and fun to grow. I love to eat sprouts on sandwiches, in salads and in various meals (they are delicious with eggs). Continue Reading
Frost is practically a swear word for gardeners (shhh, don't use the 'F' word!), especially if it comes earlier than usual. For many of us, it signals Continue Reading
If your vegetable garden is lush and healthy, but doesn't produce much food... it might mean there's a lack of pollinators visiting your garden. If Continue Reading