We must begin by assessing what we have in terms of the numerous factors that will influence what we grow, how much we grow, and so on.
The first thing is to find how much space we are available for the traditional vegetable garden picture and layout. We might have a lot of lands to choose from, or we may only be choosing some containers. Our size will decide how much of each variety we plant and, of course, whether we must restrict the number of varieties we plant.
Second, we must consider the location of the garden; if we are choosing from a wide area, we must consider the soil and sunlight. Both of these variables would have an impact on what we can grow and how much of it we will grow. Vegetable plants will show good results when exposed to sunlight.
Thirdly, Soil is also important and if we have good topsoil, digging will be easier and crop selection will be easier; however, if we are very dry, we need to know if we can easily provide water daily and should take into account our accessibility to water, among other things. We will also need to make sure that there is adequate standing water because too much water will destroy the crop in the ground.
Once we’ve determined the size, heat, soil, and venue, we can consider the and when of our planting. The points raised above will have an impact on the crops we produce. Of course, we had a large quantity of land, decent soil, easy access to water, and plenty of summer sun.
We’ll need to consider the scale of the plants in our traditional vegetable garden picture and layout; some take up a lot of space, while others don’t. Now that we’ve decided on our scale, we can take a look at the actual layout. We must also be careful not to overcrowd any of the plants; if there is any shade, remember that the plants will spread further, and so give them more space.