Adding mulch to your plants is something to be done with proper timing. When it’s frosting out and you add it to your growing plants, creepy pests will have warm shelter during cold days. Instead add mulch after the first frosting has occurred.
Choose vegetables that are loved by the whole family. It makes no sense to plant mustard if no one wants to eat it.
Planting vegetables that easily grow is practical so choose tomatoes, peppers, sweet peas, beans, cucumber, potatoes and Swiss chard. It’s disappointing to keep on planting something that it is hard to grow, isn’t?
Install a trellis for your cucumbers. Planting them on the ground is not advisable as it naturally climbs up. You don’t want it to be crawling on the ground as it will look messy and the tendency is that it won’t produce more cucumbers.
Knowing how to take good care of tomatoes by placing a sturdy support will help in yielding more tomatoes. It will also keep the plant healthy.
Correct timing is a good planting system. Take note that hardy ones like Swiss chard, carrots and also beets have to be planted four weeks before the last frost.
Seek advice from local farms and nurseries which plants grow well in your area. Based on their experiences, they can suggest which ones grow well.
The first thing that you have to do is to think how to protect your plants from pests. For tomato and squash, plant marigold around them to protect them unwanted pests.
Every time you steam or boil your vegetables, don’t just throw the water away. You can use it to water your plants after it is cooled. Growing vegetables love this type of water!
Harvesting vegetables early in the morning is the best time as it will preserve the nutrients of the veggies. You can store leafy green vegetables in the chiller. And to keep the flavor of tomatoes, don’t keep them in the fridge.
Make sure there is no stagnant water in your garden as mosquitoes complete their life cycle on stagnant water.
These effective gardening secrets the experts never tell you is simple and easy to do. So,enjoy your vegetable garden.