Fascinating Diagrams with Gardening Tips

This was helpful and interesting.  It was published by Mike Barrett on Natural Society March 31, 2015.

The Simple Vegetable Gardening Cheat Sheet: All You Need to Know

When to plant, when to harvest, and more
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by Mike Barrett
Posted on March 31, 2015

With Spring coming through, it’s time to start planning for that beautiful organic garden. Let’s face it; one great way to avoid the threat of genetically modified foods, pesticides, and toxic additives is to start your own organic garden. Whether you have gardened before or you will just be getting into it for the first time, below you will find a very helpful infographic with tons of information to make your experience that much easier.

From choosing the right seeds to knowing where and when to plant the seeds, there are tons of bits of information to know for a successful gardening venture. In addition to checking out NaturalSociety’s earlier posts on basic gardening skills and how to choose the best seeds, you must check out the infographic below to learn numerous essentials for vegetable planting.

As the infographic, courtesy of AnglianHome, shows:

10 Things This Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet will show you

  1. When to plant
  2. How far apart to plant seeds
  3. What needs propagating
  4. What needs to be in a greenhouse
  5. What size pot to plant in
  6. Distance to thin seedlings out to
  7. Germination & maturation times
  8. Which pests to look out for
  9. What veg works best together
  10. When to harvest!


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