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beginner vegetable gardening

I am new to vegetable gardening. I want to do a ground plot in my front yard, and I bought seeds already. I know I have to till the land before planting, but I wanted to know what plants should go where in the garden. I have sweet peppers, jalapeƱo peppers, cilantro, arugula, sweet corn, Roma and cherry tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, lettuce, cucumber, and basil. I don’t know what plants to put in what rows.

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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 03/21/2017 @ 8:41 am

You can start some of your seeds indoors, while you wait for the weather to warm and your garden plot is getting ready.

Arugula, sweet corn and green beans can all be directly sown in the garden.
The remainder of your seeds can be started indoors.
Read the back of your seed packets–the back has valuable information on how to start the seeds.

I’m listing several links for you that will help you get started with your new garden!



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