Spring is the perfect time to start a garden.
If you’re looking to start a new garden, here are some tips that can help you get started:
1. First things first, get yourself some seeds. You can find them online or at your local gardening store—they’ll have packages that are labeled “good for beginners” or something similar. You want to look for ones labeled with the words “easy” or “fast growing.” With those in hand, you’re ready to get started!
2. Choose Your Plants Based on Your Climate
The best way to choose plants for your garden is to take a look at what type of climate you live in. If you have a warm climate, then it’s best to plant warm-weather plants like tomatoes and peppers. If you have a cold climate, then it’s best to plant cold-weather plants like kale and spinach.
3. Know What You’re Getting Into
It’s important to know what kind of maintenance your garden will need before you start planting things in it. If you want to grow fruits and vegetables but don’t have much experience with gardening, then it’s probably best to start small with just a few plants instead of trying to do everything at once.
4. Don’t forget about watering! Most new gardeners forget that plants need water every day during their first summer—and sometimes even during their first fall or winter if they live in a climate where there’s little rain during those seasons. It’s important that you remember this so that your garden can thrive!
The bottom line is to start your garden with just about anything that you like. There are no hard and fast rules in the spring garden, except to remember what your goals are. Having fun and growing fresh vegetables is really much more important than whether or not you plant your carrots on consecutive days or if you get out of the gate too early.