VideoTomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash or all of the above?
We have the basics of apartment gardening down and still need to decide what to grow.
When most people start their urban garden, they have visions of growing tomatoes, cucumbers and so many other vegetables. Then the reality sets in when tomatoes start dying and cucumbers shrivel up. Not to worry. I’ll help you to figure out which vegetables to choose.
For instance, one of the biggest mistakes that people make is planting a vegetable such as tomatoes in a spot that doesn’t get enough sunlight for them to grow.
In this video you will learn common vegetables to grow based on the amount of sun your garden gets.
If you are not sure how to tell how much sunlight your garden space gets, check out this post that I wrote about the process.
And if you feel like it, share how much sun your garden gets and what you are planning to grow in the comments below.
Mike Lieberman shows people with little to no land how to start growing their own food so they can avoid toxic pesticides, eat healthier and not feel limited by their lack of experience and space. Connect with him here to learn more urban gardening tips.