You can plant any crop you want in your yard, from carrots to onions through lettuce and tomatoes.
Tomato, lettuce, cucumber, potato any crop, right at home
You can plant right at your home in your backyard or indoors. You can grow different plants and vegetables. You can plant whatever you want. It does not take a large plot or farm for planting. Home garden: tomato, lettuce, cabbage, carrots, etc. Your garden will make your home look good and will provide food.
Choose the seed that best suits your needs.
Depending on the type of plants you’re going to have in your home garden, you must choose a type of seed, tuber or seedling. To plant your seeds and grow plants successfully, use a natural fertilizer or manure, added to a suitable substrate. This gives your seeds, tubers, or seedlings a better chance for germination and growth.
A garden on your own terrace
Urban gardens are a fashionable thing these days. This trend comes from the US and is gradually spreading to all over the world. It’s most common manifestation is to plant vegetables and plants on your own terrace, balcony, patio, or stoop. What do you do when you do not have enough space? No problem, plant vertically using the wall of your house, stack containers, or grow vining crops on tall poles.
The perfect time to plant seeds is early spring and your crops will be ready for harvest through summer and fall. Some flowers will bloom in the following spring. Ideally, plant in a sandy soil with good drainage, where plants will receive enough sunlight. Place seeds at a distance of 10 centimeters from each other at a depth of between 7 and 15 centimeters with the top up. An important detail is that if the soil does not have enough organic matter plants will struggle, you should add some organic fertilizers and compost if your soil is lacking in organic matter.
As for plant care it is quite simple. You have to water the plant regularly, but if you notice that the soil is wet do not water too much and also no need to spray water to the leaves or flowers because plants don’t like to be water logged. For perennial flowers, once the flower has wilted, cut the main stem but not the leaves, thus the bulb will be strengthened for future use, and when the leaves dry also be time to dig the bulbs and store up this fall to plant again.
Keep the temperature and humidity constant.
Use a water sprayer to keep the temperature and humidity at bearable levels. When the plants have germinated, transplant to a substrate surface.
Want more information?
If you want to know more about how you could grow healthy nutritious fresh fruits in your ‘Home Garden‘, I recommend you visit 7 Fruits to Grow in Your Home Garden | Nourish The Planet
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