Tips to Grow Vegetable Plants

Vegetable planting can be rewarding. Imagine just how it feels like to be able to grow your own food and serve them on the table for family and friends to enjoy. This would be so satisfying. However, in order to be able to serve the dish, then you will know how to grow these vegetables. Growing most of the vegetable plants do not require certain expertise. Mostly they are quite easy to grow. However, growing them effectively may be quite challenging. There are things that you need to know beforehand. So here are the tips to help you grow your healthy vegetables.

We start with companion planting. What is it? The companion planting is plating different plants species (not only different plant varieties) next to each other. The secret to perfect companion planting is that to find the plants that can benefit each other. Companion planting is often called with another name, the botanical buddy system. The plants that are being buddy system can be flowers, herbs, and also vegetables. The benefit that one plant gives to another and the other way around is the ability to repel annoying insects and to provide the stop of disease spreading.
Which plants can make great vegetable garden friends? To identify the plants that can complement each other, you can read the tips below:

1. Pair tall sun loving plant with the coos season crops which need more shade. The perfect example for the pairing is the spinach and pepper. The pepper is the plant which needs sun and grows nicely in the warm season. It can also grow so tall. On the other hand, spinach is low and they love the shade. Put the spinach next to the pepper so that the pepper can provide the shade that the spinach needs. The combinations will make both vegetable plant flourish. Another perfect example includes the leeks and celery or the potatoes and corn.
2. Pair the shallow and deep root garden plants together. Each of the vegetable plant has their own ability to attract moisture as well as nutrients. However, this ability will be provided in different level in the soil as their length of roots is different and each of them can have maximum nutrients because they are at different root level. This way, the two can have enough nutrients in every level. The perfect pairing example for the shallow rooted plants is the lettuce, onions and arugula. While the good example of the carrots.
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