How to Grow Vegetables
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Asparagus takes a little time to get going, but it’s a perennial so once you get it started you’ll be harvesting it every spring for years and years.
Beans are easy to grow. Whether you like green beans, or dried beans they taste better out of your own garden.
Broccoli is easy to grow in the garden.
Carrots are every bunnies favorite.
Corn grown in your own garden is always best!
Cucumbers are great fresh in a summer salad, and the extras make the best pickles.
Lettuce can be planted as early as the ground can be worked, so it’s always good for that spring salad.
Onions add flavor to any food!
Hot or sweet, peppers add to any meal.
Potatoes come in many more varieties than what you see in the grocery store.
Crunchy, tasty radishes are very easy to grow.
If it weren’t for tomatoes I wouldn’t have a garden!
Here are some how to videos on planting seeds, transplanting them and Gardener Mel’s can garden.