//Easy Vegetable Gardening Tips

Easy Vegetable Gardening Tips

It has been a global trend when it comes to consuming organic foods as people all around the world are becoming more and more health conscious and they understand the benefits of eating healthy. As the saying goes, ‘you are what you eat’, which is why agriculture work is given priority by families who have a garden or an unused piece of land.

This is where vegetable gardening tips come in handy and make lives easier for everyone. The first thing to be noted when you engage yourself in vegetable gardening would be to start off with vegetables which grow easily. Having your first harvest within a short period of time allows you to feel the success and thus you would be encouraged to do more gardening while enjoying the process. Remember that if you choose a vegetable type which doesn’t grow that readily, you might feel disappointed and wouldn’t have the enthusiasm to continue with your planting regime.

Using a raised bed garden is no doubt the simplest and most convenient way to get the ball rolling. It is one of the most popular choices amongst other vegetable gardening tips. It is especially practical and useful if your garden has poor drainage or low quality soil. Also, in order to retain the heat and moisture of the soil while at the same time keeping minimum amount of weeds, mulch your garden.

Here are a few easy vegetables which are highly recommended for your first year gardening. Green bean, lettuce and radishes are good choices. Generally, these plants can sprout under most conditions with a high percentage of seeds which germinate. Moreover, they are easy to maintain and are quite resistant towards diseases, hence these vegetable plants do not just die off that easily.

As a whole, growing vegetables in your own garden is not as hard or complicated as one thinks. If you pick up the vegetable gardening tips mentioned above, you are in good shape in making use of your garden and soon to enjoy the harvest.

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This is from the garden at Leland Public School.
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    1. farlane 2017-12-25 at 10:38 PM - Reply

      This photo from the The Grand Vision group appears on Area school to use community garden as classroom at the Grand Vision.

    2. LucasGrowsBest 2017-12-25 at 10:44 PM - Reply

      Love the garden and cute cat!

    3. Aden Thompson 2017-12-25 at 10:44 PM - Reply

      I will never eat a fig after watching a fig wasp video xD

    4. Jedelyn Del Puerto Jagunos 2017-12-25 at 10:45 PM - Reply

      I love ur cat i wish i can be with ur cat

    5. herlina basri 2017-12-25 at 10:47 PM - Reply

      i love your cat!

    6. DKenUCLA 2017-12-25 at 10:47 PM - Reply

      You dont mind the opossum snacking on your fruit?

    7. justlookatit 2017-12-25 at 10:49 PM - Reply

      Nice video good-looking Garden

    8. Leone Edwards 2017-12-25 at 10:49 PM - Reply

      Hi. Love your videos. Do you ever plant root crops like potatoes or carrots?

    9. nuchnapa Boonkon 2017-12-25 at 10:50 PM - Reply

      I miss you

    10. Offgrid.se 2017-12-25 at 10:53 PM - Reply

      Great harvesting. My red peppers are still green. I hope they will be ready before its to late. As you can see in my latest video Im using heating and lighting in my greenhouse to make the days a little longer. Would love to have little better growing season. Greetings from Sweden

    11. cplmcnut 2017-12-25 at 10:54 PM - Reply

      I had possums getting in my big tomatoes I live trapped them a couple of times and they stopped coming back.

    12. Anita Vinesett 2017-12-25 at 10:56 PM - Reply

      Hey it’s been awhile was nice to see you pop back up on my screen. Kitty rules the garden and has crazy skills on the trellises.Think you have had just about everything get in and munch on your veg. at one point or another.Nice crop and harvest.Give Squeak a scratch behind the ear for me silly cute kitty she is very entertaining to watch.

    13. vashishth pathak 2017-12-25 at 10:57 PM - Reply

      I love ur garden

    14. Sammy's you tube channel 2017-12-25 at 10:57 PM - Reply

      animals like them too!

    15. Sandy Chapman 2017-12-25 at 10:59 PM - Reply

      Another pleasure Mr. Bubble beet!

    16. Chris White 2017-12-25 at 10:59 PM - Reply

      best garden videos on youtube!

    17. South County Fishing 2017-12-25 at 11:00 PM - Reply

      Not sure if you do this, but you should pickle a lot of those peppers!!

    18. Garima Gupta 2017-12-25 at 11:01 PM - Reply

      All of your videos are great and I have bookmarked some.
      You are really organised and precise in your gardening.
      If you can please do a video on how you have build the raised beds, tomato & pepper cages, trellises and your watering system. It will be highly appreciated and useful to get directions from such an organised person.

    19. SUNRISE Brueggemann 2017-12-25 at 11:01 PM - Reply

      Enjoy your video and your cat

    20. Elizabeth Jones 2017-12-25 at 11:04 PM - Reply

      That possum really made a meal (or several) out of your garden :/ I’m glad you’re still getting a good variety of harvest though! What variety is your fig tree? I have a tiny Chicago Hardy that’s only a year old but we used to have a mature tree at our rental house and seriously fresh figs are amazing!!!

    21. Celia Leites 2017-12-25 at 11:06 PM - Reply

      Precioso huerto que gaita tan traviesa es hermosa saludos desde uruguay

    22. namma Chennai no 2017-12-25 at 11:08 PM - Reply

      Hey really it’s beautiful I live them want to taste but have a question why freezer it in Fri

    23. Ashleigh Scott 2017-12-25 at 11:09 PM - Reply

      My lab gifted me a live opossum a few days ago, it was the first time ive ever seen one and i thought it was dead. I thought it was some mutated monster rat. Freaked me and my kids out but my dog sure was proud of himself.

    24. GOH BOMBA 2017-12-25 at 11:10 PM - Reply

      It was nice of you to let animal eating your veggies , thank you for helping them enjoy their food for survival

    25. GardeningOnBalcony 2017-12-25 at 11:10 PM - Reply

      Opossum is so cute!

    26. kitsurubami 2017-12-25 at 11:11 PM - Reply


    27. Julia Feliciano 2017-12-25 at 11:12 PM - Reply

      Love ❤️ your 🐱 cat lovely harvest 🌶🍅🍈

    28. Mark & Emy Shibukawa 2017-12-25 at 11:12 PM - Reply

      What kind of peppers were the first ones you showed? How do you use them in cooking? We received a Ziplock bag of them, but don’t know what to do with them. No one even knew what kind they were.

    29. Mr.Sweet 2017-12-25 at 11:18 PM - Reply

      Wow thank you for the video, awesome harvest looks delicious! Everyone needs a home garden and people would be better 🙂

    30. audreyjeancro 2017-12-25 at 11:18 PM - Reply

      Another nice day in the garden…life is good especially for Squeak and opossums. I loved the last wild gallop Squeak gave us.

    31. Dad Extraordinary 2017-12-25 at 11:19 PM - Reply

      How long does it take your peppers to turn red? Mine seem to just stay green once fully grown but I run out of patience and just pick them… I know cuz of the seed pack they should turn red…

    32. jomac 2017-12-25 at 11:19 PM - Reply

      you’re so kind to feed the wild animals.😋

    33. Benjaya Senkoom 2017-12-25 at 11:19 PM - Reply

      You have a good life, and a cute cat.

    34. Grow With Kit 2017-12-25 at 11:19 PM - Reply

      Brilliant video thanks for sharing

    35. Leisurely Logan 2017-12-25 at 11:20 PM - Reply

      I have harvested one cantaloupe. Mine didn’t have webbing all around and the flavor wasn’t very strong. But, the color was good on the inside and very juicy. I have 2-3 still growing, but I’m not sure if they will fully ripen at the rate they are going.

    36. Sherry 2017-12-25 at 11:21 PM - Reply

      Squeek is still a loveable goofball. And your garden is still producing some great looking veg. Yuck, possum spit all over your tomato vine.

    37. Sandra Lopez 2017-12-25 at 11:22 PM - Reply

      was wondering where u been enjoy ur vids critters and all lol

    38. Alfred Tanious 2017-12-25 at 11:23 PM - Reply

      What was that huge long red pepper?

      And thanks for sharing this great video, as always

    39. Robert M 2017-12-25 at 11:24 PM - Reply

      I am a little uncertain about all the details with Muskmelon/Cantaloupe, but not all muskmelons are cantaloupes. The major variety grown for US markets are not actually cantaloupes even though they are labeled as such. Something to look into in the future maybe. I never have any luck with melons of any type.

    40. Aden Thompson 2017-12-25 at 11:25 PM - Reply

      Yay! he uploaded! Idk why, but i just love his videos, i just find them addicting ‘ u ‘

    41. Cory Driver 2017-12-25 at 11:27 PM - Reply

      How are those peppers when thawed out soggy?

    42. spica musicbox 2017-12-25 at 11:28 PM - Reply

      i love squeak 😁

    43. Nelson4207 2017-12-25 at 11:31 PM - Reply

      Get that possum kitty! 😆

    44. anarchist 87 2017-12-25 at 11:31 PM - Reply

      I have 3 black cats 2 of them look like ur cat.

    45. Zalia Butler 2017-12-25 at 11:32 PM - Reply

      absolutely love your video

    46. Positivity and Spirituality 2017-12-25 at 11:33 PM - Reply

      Oh my God ….. how do u plant it ??? So beautifullllll👍👍🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌹🌹🌹🌹

    47. Kiran Kumar 2017-12-25 at 11:34 PM - Reply

      Great video thanks for sharing
      Can I get some figs from your garden

    48. Joey Fernandez 2017-12-25 at 11:35 PM - Reply

      Do you go shopping at the grocery store often? or do you mainly eat from garden

    49. stella Lee 2017-12-25 at 11:36 PM - Reply


    50. J B 2017-12-25 at 11:36 PM - Reply

      Opossum! Damn you to hell! Ha

    51. Leone Edwards 2017-12-25 at 11:37 PM - Reply

      Hi. Me again. I noticed in a previous video that you seem to reuse potting mix. Do you find this works OK if the soil has dried out? I live in a hot coastal area of New South Wales in Australia. It seems pretty hard to re-wet potting mix once it is very dry. How does this work out for you? Thanks.

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