There’s nothing like small vegetable gardening. You can grow many vegetables in a small space and have the beauty of the greenery as part of your backyard.
How to Grow?
When you first start to plant your small vegetable garden, you will need to prep the soil. This means removing all of the stones, weeds and debris from the area you’ll be planting your vegetables in.
Once it have it all cleaned up, you can start to make rows. These rows should be about a foot apart from one another as to allow the vegetable plants sufficient room to root and grow.
Make the rows with trenches so when you water or when it rains, the water won’t run away from the plant but instead into the plants. This will help keep them well hydrated in the hot summer heat.
After you have your trenches, you are ready to plant the seeds. If you are planting different vegetables in your small vegetable garden, consider planting one vegetable per row.
What this will do is create an even more beautiful display. You will have different greenery mingling together with each row.
Once you have your seeds planted, water it well and let the sun do its job.
Before too long, you will begin to see plants grow. These will start out lush and green as they grow large. However, once the vegetables begin to grow, you will start to see beautiful flowers where those vegetables will end up forming.
It’s just amazing how small vegetable gardening can end up being a botanical garden in your backyard. You may even be a bit sad as the flowers start to disappear, but then your delicious vegetables will replace them.
How to Savor the Beauty of Small Vegetable Gardening
How can you savor the beauty of a small vegetable gardening experience? Take pictures of them. You can take picture of the entire garden. This will show all of the greenery and then the colorful small flowers throughout.
You can also take photos of individual flowers because if you look closely, you will see the detail each flower holds. It’s simply amazing how these beautiful flowers turn into beautiful vegetables.
You can also photograph each plant individually. This will give you a nice portrait of a full bloom of your vegetable plant. You may even want to show some of the soil at the base of the plant to show how high its grown.
Need a little more convincing? Check out pictures of small vegetable gardening at various stages. You will see how each stage is beautiful in its own way.
Also, consider looking at different types of small vegetables since each one has different leaves and flowers. You may like one type of vegetable plant over another to make your small vegetable gardening experience superb.
Spring Is the Season
This spring, as you get ready to start planting, consider small vegetable gardening. You may just find that its the most enjoyable type of gardening you have ever done.
Don’t worry if its already well into the spring season or summer has already arrived. Many types of small vegetables can be planted later in the year and still produce the beauty and the taste sensations you seek.
Many people will read this and think that small vegetable gardening isn’t beautiful. These people are not gardeners. It takes a special type of person to appreciate the beauty of the vegetable plant.
To go from a seedling, to a flourishing plant to a tasty snack or meal is magical. It’s nature at it’s most lovely and healthy state.