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Is it hard to make a garden?

Author : Sciencenut

Submitted : 2018-02-24 14:13:34    Popularity:     

Tags: hard  garden  

I’m a 17 year old guy and I’m thinking of making my own garden in the future when I’m more older. I want my garden to have lots of fruits and vegetables, like all of them! Will this be difficult? I do want to eat organic. How hard will it be? Do I need

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Please read the excellent book, "Square Foot Gardening", by Mel bartholomew. It is an excellent method, especially for beginners. It is amazing what you can grow on just 4 feet by 4 feet.

A small and simple house might be better. A big and fancy house needs a lot of upkeep, and gardening so many crops requires a lot of time.

Start small as you gain experience. Grow 2-3 things this coming season. Doesn't have to be a lot of anything, just a handful. The biggest mistake for a newbie gardener is to try and start with a HUGE garden plot, and then get quickly overwhelmed and give up. But yes, you can grow a lot of fruits and veggies yourself. Save fruits for when you have your own land, as they often are grown on trees and shrubs. But you can grow a few things anywhere you have a little bit of yard - or even in large containers if you don't!

Why can't you do a garden now? Either yours or help with someone else's, even someone's farm.

It will take a lot of land and effort to succeed also the scale of this may alter the character of the area and run into planning permission and laws. Also think that some things may need special conditions to grow eg may not be suitable to your climate. Anyway it sounds good but tred carefully Good luck to you

It is the type of work that has to be done on a daily basis, no matter what the weather. One has to battle weather and insects and predators, such as deer. Not to mention thieving neighbors. Weeding has to be done often, especially if not using pesticides or chemicals. Not all plants will thrive in all climates. People who are really into it, enjoy it.



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