Planting a vegetable garden that can also furnish a salad can seem like an overwhelming task, but it can be broken down into steps. Most of the hard work goes into the planning – landscaping, choosing where to plant the produce, and putting up the trellises. Planting the produce is next. Starts can be used, or planting straight from seeds. It may take a month or so for anything to start springing up, but carefully watering and caring for the garden will bring results!
- Garden workhorses, such as zucchini and cucumbers, produce a summer’s worth of salads from one or two plants.
- Weill and her family laid the seedlings in place before planting to make sure everything would have adequate space, but she packed her plants in a little more tightly than nursery tags recommended, to
- Although plants looked tiny on planting day, it was only a matter of weeks before the garden seemed to explode.
“The trellises allow the beans, tomatoes, and cucumbers to grow vertically throughout the boxes.”
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