Rules for a plot garden

Plot garden is one of the best approaches to grow vegetables in the back of your house or around the house. The great advantage of this parceled garden is that you can provide all the vegetables and herbs you need for your own consumption, in a relatively small space. What makes the land area to be very productive are the organization and crop rotation possible in the garden plot.

Planting in a parceled garden can be very organized. Lettuce, onions, beans, radish can be seeded  by shifts at intervals of 5-10 days, in order to extend the season of harvest.

One of the mandatory rules for garden land is the arrangement. Vegetables and other plants – including flowers – should be arranged and perfectly organized in rows and rows. In this way space is used with maximum efficiency and risk to grow small weeds. And spatial aesthetics matter very much, because although you planted – for example, only vegetable the garden land is very decorative, if well cared and properly fitted.

You can finish the landscaped garden area with stone, gravel; you can raise the layers, on the principle Roman gardens. You can combine bushes shrubs and vegetables, but you can organize the garden plot on unique types of vegetables perfectly in well-defined areas.

It is very important  the soil to be well prepared before you choose quality seedlings to enrich the soil with nutrients and fertilizers to water the garden and to constantly seeks to intervene as soon as problems or signs of disease or pest attacks.

One last important tip, either you have a simple vegetable garden, whether you choose the solution of a garden plot. Just choose some varieties of vegetables for every time of year. Don’t seed large areas with the same plant, not too many seedlings plant of the same type. Choose just a few of the ones your family typically consumes them and focus on them.


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