The first thing you need to know is to identify what  vegetables  you want  to   plant . It is recommended to choose  vegetables  that are easier  to   grow . Once you have your selected  vegetables   to   plant , look for  an  appropriate location for  planting  your  garden . Make sure that there are no trees or other  plants  around your  garden  location. This is because when trees or other  plants  are around, they will suck all the nutrients away from your  vegetables . Furthermore, make sure that your location has enough sunshine for your veggies.

After choosing the appropriate location, make sure to examine the quality of the soil. Be sure to test the pH level of the soil. The ideal pH level of  a  soil is 6.5. This means that the soil can give enough nutrients to your  vegetables . If the pH level is low or high, the soil will give insufficient nutrients to your  vegetables . The secret of having  a  good  garden  is having quality of the soil. Moreover, if you want to make the soil fertile, there are organic fertilizers such as animal manures are great for providing additional nutrients to the  vegetables . These fertilizers maintain moisture to the  garden . On top of that, make sure that there is enough water to keep your  vegetables  re-hydrated since  vegetables  need  a  constant supply of water. Research shows that morning is the best time to water the  plants  because they dry off quickly.

Once you  planted  your  vegetables , all you have to do is wait for the harvest season. To get the best harvest and flavor, make sure that  vegetables  are picked in their peak of maturity. Do not wait for the  vegetables  to become overripe. Furthermore, make sure to harvest frequently in order to encourage production. Once you harvested your  vegetables , you can now enjoy your new found success as  a  gardener.

Source by Jenny R Wright