The first thing to consider when starting a new garden is light. Most vegetables, fruits and herbs will grow best in full sunshine – somewhere that receives at least 6 hours, and preferably 8 hours of direct sunshine a day, though some shading is welcome in hotter climates. Some cool season crops, for example spinach, cabbage and radishes can be grown in part shade, while there are plenty of flowers for both sunny and shady locations. You’ll need to tend your garden regularly, so if possible position it close to the house where you will see it – that way you won’t forget about it,
and can see what needs doing as it needs doing. Try to site it near a source of water too, or install water barrels and other means of collecting water close by to make watering quick and easy. Lavish your soil with love! Nourish it with organic matter including garden compost and manure.
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