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Q.A Small Garden

Anonymous added on August 2, 2011 | Answered

I have a very small garden (80 inches by 33), and I’m not sure how my garden will turn out, so I’m keeping it small for now and will expand with time. I am looking everywhere but I can’t seem to find the ideal vegetable to start out with. If you could tell me what would be the best vegetable to start with is (preferably annual), would you mind telling me?

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Answered on August 3, 2011

Tomatoes, lettuce, herbs and zucchini (bush variety for a small garden) are the standard easiest to grow in the garden. You can also try peppers. The chilis tend to be easier than the bells.

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