More and more people like to make a home vegetable garden. In urban households, the vegetable garden generally does not exceed 10-20 square meters, or even only a few square meters. In a limited area, some specialize in vegetable planting, and some combine vegetable and flower planting, planting low perennial flowers at the border of the garden, or cultivating vines as fences, setting up a scaffolding near the wall. How to make a home vegetable garden? People living in buildings, without a yard, can only use roof terraces, balconies, window sills, and even indoors, using flower pots, wooden boxes, plastic boxes, planting bags and other containers to grow home vegetable garden. Due to the small area of these sites and the inconvenience of taking soil, generally plant tomatoes, peppers, leeks, green onions, garlic, coriander and other vegetables that can be harvested multiple times, especially tomatoes and peppers, which can be appreciated and eaten while making a home vegetable garden. High-stalked plants should be arranged in places that give as little shade as possible to the vegetable garden. Perennial crops, such as leeks, golden needles, asparagus, strawberries, etc., can be planted in places that do not affect the cultivation of short-growing crops and will mature. Plant grows fast together, and you’d better not plant too much of the same home vegetable garden.
Conditions for making a home vegetable garden
1. The types of home vegetable garden suitable for cultivation in this area, should choose more cold-tolerant vegetable types. 2. According to irrigation, soil and other conditions, you should choose the most assured planting and easy-to-harvest varieties accordingly. Generally speaking, roots, stems, and leafy vegetables are easier to cultivate. 3. You should choose species and varieties that are resistant to pests and diseases and have strong adaptability. 4. You ought to choose fast-growing home vegetable garden that can be harvested multiple times and have a longer supply period, or have a short growing period, which is convenient for multiple planting or changing crops. 5. Vegetable types and varieties with certain ornamental value.
Choice of making a home vegetable garden
Planting vegetables in January
Rape, spinach, kale, lettuce, potato, spring onion, eggplant, tomato, pepper, taro, cilantro. Sowing vegetables in February: Spinach, kale, lettuce, potato, spring onion, coriander, cucumber, green beans, eggplant, tomato, broccoli, pepper, taro, cabbage, radish, kale.