Easy vegetables to grow at home from seeds – snow & snap peas, carrots, pole beans, corn & zucchini, plus organic vegetable garden tips for beginners – watering, mulching and fertilizer instructions. What should I grow in my vegetable garden? Grow veggies that 1. You Like to Eat, 2. Grow Well in Your Climate, and 3. Fit in the Space You Have Available.
I’ve been growing vegetables in Western Washington for 50 years, and in spite of our cool seasons in the Pacific Northwest, similar to the UK and coastal Northern Europe, I grow abundant crops that keep us in fresh and frozen organic veggies all year round.
Carrots and peas have outstanding flavor and crispness when home grown. Pole beans and zucchini are among the most productive and easy to grow vegetables. Corn takes up more space, but is especially delicious when fresh picked.
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All vegetables taste better and are more nutritious fresh from the garden. This video has vegetable garden tips for beginners and experienced gardeners, and instructions for 5 of my favorite vegetables that are easy to grow at home and fit in a small productive garden.
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Here is a hand cultivator (claw) similar to mine for a good price: https://amzn.to/2IBoM5W
This Sun Joe sprinkler has great reviews, and easy length adjustment: https://amzn.to/2IIiFwx
Jobe’s Organics has 4lb or 16lb fertilizer for a good price: https://amzn.to/2XcL1sa
Great carrot seeds: Mokum Hybrid Carrot, red-Orange, Sweet 750 Seeds https://amzn.to/2IEtGiC
Snow Pea Seeds: Oregon Sugar Pod II 1 Pkt. (200 seeds) https://amzn.to/2IF0eJo
Recorded with a Sony AX53 Camcorder, which I recommend: https://amzn.to/2WG2oCo
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