Vegetable Gardening Tips to Make Anyone An Expert Gardener

Growing your own vegetables can be so rewarding! It doesn’t matter if you grow a few pots or acres of food, growing your own means you eat healthy and responsibly, save money, get outside and get exercise. There are so many aspects of vegetable gardening: what plants to grow, how to plant everything, what plants grow best together, how to compost, how to mulch, how much sun, how much water, etc. There is so much to worry about it can get overwhelming, even for a long time gardener.

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With all of the information that is available, finding the information that you need can be overwhelming before you even start to grow anything. That’s is where these great lists come in! Each one of these graphics helps to simplify gardening and make it easy for anyone to grow their own food.

Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold, Hardiness Zones

Plant your vegetable plants and herbs at the right time to get the best production. Some plants like it hot, some plants like it cold but every single one likes it just right! To do this effectively, determine your hardiness zone and what plants are best to grow. Determine where you live to plan the perfect plants for your vegetable garden!

Find more information at Homesteading.

Planting Calendar

Plan and organize your garden planting with this planting calendar. To get the most out of each plant, give it enough time to develop and a long enough growing period to produce abundant crops. Use this handy calendar as a baseline, along with your hardiness zone, to start your garden off on the right foot!

Found from Desima.

All About Vegetables!

How to prepare the soil, planting depth, how to harvest, how to store, common pests, and more, in this awesome graphic that covers all kinds of common, easy to grow vegetables. Follow these tips to plant the best garden ever! Now that you know what and when you are planting, here is everything you need to know about planting and caring for your garden vegetables.

Found from Earth 911.

Make Black Gold

Feed your garden, mulch your garden, recycle and save money! Turn all kinds of kitchen scraps and natural materials into compost. It really is easy, just follow some simple rules and you will be making your own compost in no time! Use this handy graphic to get the best ‘black gold’ fast and easy.

Found at Organic Garden Network.

Grow Microgreens Like a Chef

Want almost guaranteed, instant results? Try growing microgreens! These quick little veggies are nutritious, and delicious, and can be used in so many ways! Just seed a variety of widely used mature varieties, like mustard, arugula and peas, heavily and harvest when they are small. See how easy it is to grow microgreens.Find out more at Fix.com.

Cost Effective Vegetables to Grow

To get the best return investment on your vegetable garden grow the most cost effective crops! These crops are easy to grow, yield large harvests over a short time. Plus, they are profitable to sell and some of the most expensive organic vegetables to buy! Here her the 10 most cost effective vegetables to grow!

Get more information at Garden Aware.

Ideal Amounts of Sun

Every plant needs enough sun to survive and produce. When it comes to your vegetable garden you want to get the most out of every plant that you grow by giving each plant a great environment, that includes the right sunlight. Here are some popular vegetables and the sunlight they require.

Found at Mercola.com.

Learn How to Mulch to Benefit Your Garden

Using mulch helps to prevent moisture loss from the soil, increasing the health and production of your garden. The simple act of adding mulch, to any form of garden, is a frugal way to help get more from your investment! Here are some frugal ways to mulch your garden.

 

Find out more at Fix.com

Friends and Foes

Pick good neighbors for your vegetables to help increase yields, improve flavor and deter pests. With a little planning you will be saving space and eating more fresh vegetables, that sounds great to me. Here is some easy to follow companion planting tips to get the most from your garden.

Found from Visualistan.

Gardening Hacks

Everyone needs some good advice! Here are some of the best gardening hacks for all aspects of your garden. Each and everyone of these hacks is definitely useful for any garden or gardener. I already use almost half of these and am excited to try out some new ones!

Found at Primrose Blog.


I hope these vegetable garden graphics help in your gardening adventures! These awesome infographics really have great information for any skill level from advanced to novice. I hope they help you just as they have helped me!

Your turn! What gardening tips or hacks do you have for growing vegetables? I’d love to hear what you’ve got in the comments!

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Katelyn was inspired to create Dory Fitz when she realized she wanted to improve her life, and to help others improve their lives along the way. Taught by her grandmother that in all aspects of life, you need to embraced change, follow your passions, and live the life you want, no one will do it for you. Dory Fitz was created to help me, and you, do just that.

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