Is early spring vegetable gardening really possible? The simple answer to that is yes, it is.
In fact, early spring vegetable gardening can be extremely enjoyable whilst also providing you with a good supply of fresh veggies.
In this article, I will discuss some of the important things you need to consider when deciding on whether on whether or not to do early spring vegetable gardening: 1) Indoors or outside? You need to decide whether you want to start you homemade garden in you home or in the yard.
Remember, that since the weather is quite cool at this time of year many veggies will not be able to grow.
There is however a solution to this, and that is start doing indoor container vegetable gardening.
If you have the space, then I would definitely suggest that you go for planting your food indoors.
2) Will my vegetable choice grow well: This point is really important but is unfortunately to in-depth to cover in this article.
I will however give you the most basic info here.
Some veggies will be able to row better than others in the colder weather.
At times, tomatoes can be grown quite nicely when using this method.
3) Watering your vegetable garden: When doing early spring vegetable gardening, you will not need to water the crops very often.
This is due to the fact that the cooler temperatures will not evaporate ground water, as quickly; therefore there will be water in the soil for longer periods of time.
Do note however, that during a spell of extremely warm weather you will need to water you veggies to keep them healthy.
Also, if you are going to be growing your vegetables indoors the temperature will remain more or less constant and you will need to water depending on the soil type and water holding capacity.