Growing vegetables in ideal conditions is not always possible, particularly if you have limited space, but it pays to find a sunny spot that is sheltered from the wind and easily accessible for watering and weeding.
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Creating your own vegetable garden may seem a little daunting, but by carefully selecting a suitable area for your garden you will bring success a bit closer. Start off with easy crops, such as salads, radishes and herbs, and increase your range as your confidence grows. This article will help you understand more about your chosen vegetables and the conditions they require.
Excerpted from Simple Steps: Vegetable Gardening
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