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chart vegetables to grow in the garden

 10 types of chart vegetables to grow in the garden Charts are a very popular crop for the home gardener because they are one of the easiest crops to grow and maintain, so if you are a beginner, this bright and tasty vegetable is the first choice. They do not require much fertilizer and if you provide good drainage soil and regular watering they will be much less maintained. To get greens throughout the spring, summer, and fall, you really only need to sow the seeds once a year. Additionally, you can grow them in pots, containers, or any DIY plant. If you find it difficult to be patient, here is a list of 12 types of chart vegetables that can be grown in the garden to help you enjoy those homemade vegetables very quickly. They are not only a colorful addition but also loaded with many vitamins and minerals such as A and K, calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, and manganese. In any recipe, you will get fiber, plenty of health benefits, and a mild delicious taste. There is no

10 Tips for a Kitchen Garden

 Top ten tips for elegance, simplicity, and beauty in your kitchen garden: 1. Develop what you want as much as possible. Destroy as much space as you can and think about maximum productivity per square inch. 2. Avoid fancy decorations. A vegetable patch, divided by mini hedges, means potter-style, more work, and less food. Boxwood rows promote snails and snails, and perennial weeds encircle the roots. Instead, try edible edges: rows of hard alpine strawberries and nasturtiums will do the trick. 3. Combine jewelry and edible items. In an unexpected partnership (above), the mustard ‘Red Giant’ mixes with the Tulipa ‘grace’. Bonus note: green-flowered tulips are more perennial than the standard color. 4. Layer. Sarah planted this area (above) near the drive a decade ago, greatly reducing the workload while keeping the bed full for a long time. Perennial artichokes mix with bulbs and tubers in three layers: dahlias in trenches at a low level; Allium Hollandicum 'Purple Sens