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    Default Kitchen Garden For Your Home

    Where to Plant Your Garden?

    The first thing to consider:

    What space do you have available for your garden?

    No matter how little space you have, you can always grow fresh herbs, lettuce, radishes, onions and a tomato plant in a few pots on your porch or patio.

    If you have a plot of ground to use, you will have more options, including growing strawberries, or other kinds of fruit.

    Find a sunny spot! Most garden plants require a minimum of 6 hours of sunlight per day.

    Vegetable Gardening

    Have a source of water nearby! You may tend to skimp on watering if it is very difficult to do.

    You can locate your garden in your yard, or on your porch, deck, balcony, patio, courtyard, roof-top, counter-top, windowsill, or in a border or flower bed. Just be sure to choose a sunny location!










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    To help your tomato plants in developing a better root system, you should plant them deeper into the soil. If your tomato plant comes in a pot, you should bury them deeper into the soil by digging a deep hole.

    Just like any other gardening methods for vegetables, watering plays an important role. If you water your tomato plants inconsistently, the blossom end may start to dry off and rot.


    However, when your tomato plants are nearing their harvest season, you should reduce the amount of watering so that the harvested tomatoes will be sweeter as they concentrate their sugar in the fruits. Watering too much at this stage may cause the fruits to drop way before they are ripe.

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    Thanks for your tips.

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