Plan your plot
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Keep it simple
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If you have never grown your own before, keep it simple. Start with crops that are easy to cultivate and almost guaranteed to harvest. Buy transplants, so not ...

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What to grow
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It seems obvious, but use your space to grow what you like to eat. Although it’s tempting to try weird and wonderful crops seen in catalogs, or to plant a ...

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Locally grown
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You should also take into account which crops grow well locally. If you are not sure, find out by visiting nearby gardens, talking to your neighbors, or ...

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Smaller plots
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Where space is at a premium, grow high-yielding fruit and vegetables that get the most out of every scrap of soil by cropping quickly or consistently over a ...

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Grow indoors
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Greenhouses and hoophouses offer exciting possibilities for extending the season for tender crops such as tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, and more. Even ...

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Simple cover
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Small-scale covers, such as cloches and cold frames, are invaluable for warming the soil to allow seeds to be sown early. They can also be used to harden off ...

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