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Best Plants To Try Out For Beginners Who Know Nothing About Gardening

So now that we've looked at location, plot size, and how to grow, we're going to take a look at the most important thing: which vegetables you'll plant! We've compiled a list of the most common and easy to grow vegetables. Of course, your climate and location is also important, so be sure to check with your local gardeners to make sure that these vegetables can grow in your area.

- Beets

- Bush beans

- Cabbage

- Carrots

- Chard


- Radishes

- Peppers

- Tomatoes

- Zucchini squash

- Marigolds (great for deterring pests and adding color to your garden!).

Become self sufficient and feed your family healthy produce by learning how to start a vegetable garden from scratch. With the world the way it is now, millions of people are starting to think about gardening. Why, you ask? People want to be self sufficient. They don't want to have to depend on someone else for everything. That's why gardening gives you an amazing opportunity to be able to feed yourself and your family. And, once you know how to start a vegetable garden, there is really no stopping you. The basics of a vegetable garden are pretty easy once you know them, and from there on, the world if your oyster!

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Beets Bush Cabbage Chard


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