Hello friend, today I am want to share with you about my tips to make a vegetable garden in my home.
There are always new things to try in the garden in the quest for more harvest with less effort and anything which saves a little time increases our chances of success or saves money is worth considering.
Here are our some tips for successful gardening and how to make a veg garden :
1. Turn a long-handled tool into measuring stick
Lay the device on the ground and place a tape measure next to it. After that using a permanent marker right measurement marks on the handle.
When you need to space plants a certain distance apart, you’ll already have a measuring device in your hand.
2. Rejuvenate old plastic labels by rubbing with sandpaper
A permanent marker will be rubbed away quite quickly, and you will get several years of use out of them.
Or make your labels used clean yogurt pots can be cut into strips to make several labels from one pot.
Old broken roof tiles make attractive markers by labeling with white paint or, for a more natural look, smooth flat stones of various sizes can be written on with paint or permanent marker and can be placed unobtrusively at the base of your plants and reused each year.
3. For an unexpected frost forecast
If you’re all out of clashes and there’s a surprising frost forecast use a terra cotta pot instead.
Turn them upside down and pop one over your pressure seedlings. It will act as a warm jacket against the light frost.
Don’t forget to remove it in the morning so your plant can get the light it needs to grow.
4. Feed Season
If you garden organically, the chances are that come a feed season you’ll have them invest your plants.
Many gardeners tackle this by squishing them with their fingers, but it’s a messy job.
You could try blasting them off with jets of water, but this is time-consuming and uses lots of water.
Instead, try using sticky tape. Wrap a wide strip of tape around your hands, sticky side out, and pack the leaves of the plants infested with aphids. Concentrate on the undersides of leaves because that’s where they like to hide.
5. Tips for you are live in a hot area
If you live in a hot area or have an unusually sunny spot in your garden, you might find that thirsty plants like cucumbers and tomatoes dry out quickly without irrigation, reducing the crop or quality. Make water reservoirs out of plastic water bottles to keep your plants healthy. Drill a few small holes into the cap to allow water to percolate out.
Cut the bottom off the bottle. After you were done with the bottle, sink the upturned bottle into the pot or ground before planting, leaving about an inch poking above the layer of the soil. Keep the bottle filled, and the plant roots will absorb the water as its required.
6. Reduce your water
Reduce your water bill by reusing water from your kitchen. Save the water from boiled veggies and once it’s cooled, use it to water your garden or your pots. If you use a plant-based dishwashing detergent this water too can be used in your garden.
Don’t use it if you’ve washed parts with lots of dairy or meat as you don’t want these products in your soil.
7. For seed that has a hard coating
Some seeds like peas and sweet peas have a hard coat. Once planted out it takes a while for this coating to break down and for germination to begin. Get a head start by soaking the seed you’re using lukewarm water overnight then plant out as usual.
Some tips i got from this video :