Vegetable garden - page 6

Advice on how to grow vegetables from seed to harvest, with all the guidance you need to care for them, protect them from diseases, and boost harvests. Tips on watering them and guidelines for spacing, companion planting and an incentive to discover permaculture are all rich features in these pages.

Direct sowing, sowing plants in situ

Whether for vegetables or certain flower species, direct sowing or sowing in situ is very easy. It takes place in spring, once the last frost has passed, and during summer for most fall vegetables.

Swede, the other name of rutabaga

Swede, also called rutabaga when its flesh is yellow, is an  ancient heirloom vegetable that is particularly well suited to climates where winters are cold and moist.
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Sowing in trays, crates or boxes

Sowing in trays is perfectly suited to growing plants in a sheltered place. Thanks to small holes drilled at the bottom of the tray, drainage can be optimized and