Growing vegetables in your own garden is a great idea because it is not only satisfying but also healthy. However, a lot of people can’t have a successful crop despite the fact that planting a vegetable garden is not very difficult. One of reasons for that failure is that they don’t grow proper greens.
Here are top 5 vegetables that you should grow in your small garden.
Kale is a member of the cabbage family and known as a superfood loaded with plenty of essential vitamins and minerals. While this vegetable is generally thought of as a cold weather crop, it needs full sunlight and a soil temperature between 40 and 70 degrees F to grow. To have a successful garden of kale, you need to have the seed planted about 1/2-inch deep and spaced 12 to 15 inches apart. You can harvest kale 70 to 95 days after planting.
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