Spring was cold and damp in Delaware and now it seems as though we are heading into a hot and dry summer. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to start a garden and now the Mint has taken over. If you are thinking about starting a vegetable garden at home, here is a great article with tips from my guest blogger, Ella Andrews.
Making your own vegetable garden at home can be an excellent way to save money and to make your extra space useful. You can easily grow about ten pounds worth of fruit over each season if not even more even with a small amount of space. In almost all of your cases the variety and texture of your plants will be something that could even exceed grocery stores if you handle it right. In the end growing vegetables can be fun, as you will spend plenty of time outdoors and you can make use of your gardening efforts in many ways. The following examples will explain how that can be done: