You’re at home, the weather’s nice, and the ground is fertile.

Now may be the perfect time to start a garden, and here are some

tips on how to do it.

 

Start With Seeds You Already Have or order delivered online

For beginner gardeners, Pielack says her ”best advice is to try it, but as tempting as it is don’t try to grow all your own food right [away]. I want to see people gardening for the long term,” says Pielack.

This is why she often advises new gardeners to start small with one or two vegetables that you know you already like to eat. She also notes that with the “Stay Home, Stay Safe,” order in effect, try to be flexible by working with some seeds that you might already have at home.

Find A Spot

As far as selecting the right spot in your yard, “when you’re growing vegetables, you need at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight to grow. Look for a sunny spot where a tree won’t shade it, access to water and soil testing. But given the circumstances, use a container of raise up your beds,” says Pielack.

She adds that just because a spot looks sunny now, that doesn’t mean it will be when leaves start to come back as it gets warmer, so keep that in mind too!

 

Get the Guaranteed Fresh fruits and Vegetable

 

It takes many days to reach these fruits and vegetable from farmer then to market then to us. In other words the fruits and vegetable which we buy from market are not fresh. So start your indoor food gardens and enjoy the fresher and tastier fresh fruits and vegetable.

 

 

Full of Nutrients

Homegrown foods are full of nutrients as compared which we buy from the market because they
are genetically engineered or bred for high yield. Therefor industrial foods are declining nutritional
value of these foods. So to get the foods full of nutrients start your food home gardens.





DIY food gardens plans

 

 


 Get the Tastier Foods

 

Homegrown foods are much tastier than the foods available in the market because homegrown foods grow through natural process and without usage of chemical so its much tastier than foods bought from market.

 

 

Enjoy the Natural Foods

When you will use your homegrown foods then you are mentally satisfied that you are using natural foods which you have grown in your own home. While buying from market we are not sure that these foods are grown through natural process.

 

homegrown food gardens

 

 

Reduce the Pollution

We can not ignore the fact of pollution so can reduce the pollution at your living space by growing your home gardens and you will be able to take breath of pollution free air.

 

 

 

Growing your Foods is the best hobby

Everyone of us has some hobbies then why not home gardens as per my suggestion its the best hobby as you can take help from your family members specially at weekend.

 

do it yourself home gardens

 

Innovative Food Gardens Ideas

diy backyard garden ideas

 

 

If you are living in a small house then vertical gardens are the super fit idea for your home as its one of space saving home garden ideas. You can buy garden planter from the market that fits in your available space or you can build your own planter from wood pallets.

 

diy indoor gardening

 

Find a suitable place in front yard of your home, prepare the ground and start growing fresh food gardens. Raised bed gardens are very popular for their rustic look. You can build your own rustic raised bed garden easily.

awesome food garden plans

 

You can also turn your balcony into wonderful mini food garden. Bring small planters from the market and grow your fresh fruits and vegetable.

 

small home gardens ideas

 

Now containers are also available for home gardening. Place them any where in your home and start growing your gardens.

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