Gardening is a very peaceful experience, the feeling of watching something gradually come to life in front of your eyes, is unparalleled and soothing. If you think you don't have a green thumb, well think again! Gardening isn't as tough as it may seem. Sure, there's a lot that you should remember while planting, such as the seasons of various plants. Not every plant can grow and bloom year-round, some are specifically for winter, others are for summer, and so on. If you have been thinking about growing your own food, then you're at the right place.
Growing your own vegetables and fruits guarantees you power and stability, and also assures you that what you're eating is healthy and safe. However, it is important to remember that not every plant can grow in every region of the world. You may find that some countries export more tomatoes than others, some more mangoes, and that's because those fruits and vegetables have the potential to multiply really well in the particular region's climate.
You also need to think about the type of soil and distribution. Which plant is growing next to which? Even the order in which you plant is vital, as the growth of one plant can affect the growth of the other, by stealing away nutrients, space, etc. Another important factor is the size of the plant. Some fruits and vegetables won't be able to grow in small spaces, such as mini-gardens in an apartment. Your plant also has better chances of proper growth if you take care of whether it should be grown outdoor or indoor.
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There are external factors to keep in mind too, such as proper care, keeping pests away from your plants, giving enough water to your plants but not too much though! Keeping all that in mind, below is a calendar cheat sheet for growing various vegetables and fruits, in the right place and at the right time. Get ready to have a green thumb!