Vegetable Gardening

For those who love gardening, nothing beats the feeling of going out into your garden and coming back into the house with an arm full of vegetables that you have grown yourself. Are you new to the idea of growing your own veggies?  It can seem as though you will never learn everything that you think you need to know to be successful at Vegetable Gardening.Growing your own vegetables is one of the highlights of summer gardening. There is nothing quite like the taste and freshness of home grown veggies! My vegetable gardening guide will lead you through the process,, from starting seeds to growing in containers to the actual harvest.

Whether you are a beginner to the task of growing vegetables, or someone who has done this for years, there is always something new to learn. This guide will help you decide what to plant, and how to grow and care for vegetables so that you end up with the tastiest harvest ever.

This guide to vegetable gardening gives tips on when to plant seeds, how to transplant seedlings and how and when to harvest. It also will let you know which are the easiest veggies to grow and which ones are the most cold hardy. I add to this guide several times each month, so be sure to check back often to see what is new in the vegetable gardening world, and which tips have been added recently.

A Guide to Vegetable GardeningGuide to vegetable gardening

I have broken this guide down to make it easier for you to find what you are looking for.  There are tips for growing specific vegetables, seed starting tips to get off to a good start, and lots of ideas for those who don’t have a lot of space to devote to a vegetable garden. I’ve also included some of my most popular gardening hacks to add some creativity and fun to the task of vegetable gardening.

How do I grow that vegetable?There is nothing like the taste of home grown vegetables for freshness and flavor

  • Brussels Sprouts – This delicious vegetable is very cold hardy.
  • Butternut Pumpkin – This veggie needs a long growing time and is a prolific producer.
  • Cold Hardy Vegetables – Get a jump start on spring by planting these vegetables.
  • Garlic – Fall is the best time to plant this cold hardy crop.
  • Garlic Greens – Don’t toss that sprouted garlic.  Plant it indoors and grow tasty greens.
  • Peas – This cold weather crop needs to be planted early and then later for a second crop in the fall.
  • Potatoes – How to grow them in a Trash Bag
  • Spring Onions – These easy to grow vegetables are a cut and come again variety.
  • Tomato Growing Tips – Dos and don’ts for great tomatoes.
  • Watermelons – Patience is a virtue when trying to grow this sweet garden treat.

Don’t forget the herbs!Vertical herb garden

Home grown herbs add so much flavor to your recipes.  Many of them are perennial types which come back year after year. Others are annuals. All are pretty easy to grow.  

Critter and PestsCaterpillars and other pests can decimate a vegetable garden

Composting TipsCompost bins make the job of composting easier

Vegetable Gardening for Small Yards.You can grow vegetables in small yards

Starting Vegetable SeedsTips and advice for starting vegetable gardening seeds

Recommended Products to Help with Vegetable Gardening

Yes, you can use a mop handle to make a row for your seeds, and a trowel WILL dig a hole, but even the best gardener can get a better results with the right tools. These are some of the ones that I will make your vegetable gardening efforts easier.


How to Grow Vegetables in ContainersVegetables can be grown in all types of containers. Raised garden beds, planters and even wheelbarrows will work.

General Vegetable Gardening AdviceTips and advice for making your vegetable garden the best it can be.

Vegetable Gardening HacksThese vegetable gardening hacks are creative and fun things to do.

Sometimes, it is fun to use gardening hacks. Gardening Hacks are creative ideas that cost little and make your life easier in the garden.

With the right tip at hand, vegetable gardening can become a truly satisfying experience for you.  Keep learning about the topic.  Before you know it you, too, will be walking in the house at the end of the day with an arm full of vegetables that you have grown yourself. What a feeling it is!

If you are looking for more information on growing vegetables, be sure to visit my Vegetable Gardening Board on Pinterest. The board has hundreds of great tips and tricks as well as some very creative ideas for your vegetable garden.Vegetable Gardening Board on Pinterest

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