Vegetable Garden and Vegetable Culture

Typically, we choose to grow bush beans rather than pole beans. I can not compose my mind if it's laziness fine. In a backyard of varieties large city might be a problem since it would be difficult to obtain posts. But these beans can be high currents along old barriers and operate with little to recommend up stalks of sunflowers greatest. So benches with backs the question of post. There is a side issue to the ornamental bean. Suppose you plant these beans to the large rear end of each row crop. Make the vaults with members of tree flexible, linking them over to form the train Arch. beans above them. When one stands facing the garden, what a lovely terminus these vaults are beans.

Beans like rich soil, hot, sandy. To help the soil be sure to dig deeply, and work it over completely to the culture of beans. It is never to plant beans before the world has warmed its cold spring. There is another advantage early in digging the ground. He brings the eggs and larvae away insects. The birds eager for food will follow the same cart to the selection of ground these pieces well chosen. A little lime worked in with the ground is useful in the cultivation of beans.

Bush beans are planted in about ten years-eight inches apart, while rows of pole-bean should be separated by three feet. The exercises for the bush limas should be more remote than those for other beans dwarf indicate three feet. This place gives an opportunity for the culture with the hoe. If beans current rise too high just pinch off the growing tip, and this obstacle growth upward.

Among bush beans are the dwarf, breakage or green beans, wax beans, limas bush, a variety which is known as qu'haricots fragile. Among the pole beans are the pole limas, wax and scarlet runner. The scarlet runner is a beauty for decorative effects. The flowers are scarlet and are very well against an old barrier. These are quite beautiful in the flower garden. Wherever you want a vine, it is good for a plant gets a vegetable, flowers and a bright screen of a factory. When planting beans put the beans in the ground later with the eye down.

Beets like land rich and oily arénacée, too. The fresh manure worked into the soil is fatal for beet, as it is for many another harvest. But we assume that nothing is available, but fertilizer costs. Some gardeners say about this work in the ground with great care and perfection. But nevertheless, there is danger of a particle of obtaining it beside a tender beet root. What follows can be done; Dig a ditch about one foot deep, spread a thin layer of fertilizer in it, cover it soil, and plant above this. Before the main root struck down a layer of fertilizer, there will be little harm done. The beet should not be transplanted. If the rows are a foot apart there is sufficient space for cultivation. Every time the weather is really arranged, then these seeds can be planted. Young collars are beet greens purposes. Greater care should be returned handling beet is usually shown. When beets must be boiled, if the tip of the root and tops are cut, beet bleeds. This means a loss of proper equipment. The pinch addition of such parties with your fingers and do this not too closely to the beet itself is the appropriate method of manipulation.

There are major members of families of raw beet and cabbage called the baga of wurzel and ruta de mangel. About here they are increased to food to livestock. They are a great addition to a cow au 'dinner s.

The cabbage family is big. There is the cabbage itself, then cauliflower, broccoli or cauliflower, kale, brussels sprouts and kohlrabi more robust, a mixture of cabbage-turnip.

The cauliflower is a kind of parent refining and high-toned cabbage. It needs a little soil richer than cabbage and can not keep the freeze. A frequent watering with water fertilizers give him the extra wealth and water really needs. The outer leaves should be bent over, as in the case of young cabbage, in order to get the white head. The dwarf varieties are rather the best planting.

Kale is not quite so particular a cousin. It can keep the freeze. The soil is rich and appears necessary and the first planting, due to the slow maturation. It can be planted in September to work early spring.

The brussels sprouts are a very popular member of this family. Because of their size, many people who do not serve the poor, old cabbage common serve them. The brussels sprouts are interesting in their growth. The rod factory operates skyward. Above, the umbrella like, are a close head of leaves, but this is not what we eat. Ombragés by the umbrella and emballents all along the stem are small shoots or sprouts delicious. Like the rest of the family rich soil is necessary and abundance of water during the breeding period. The seed should be planted in May, and small factories transplanted into the rich soil in July. The rows should be eighteen inches apart, and plants a foot apart in rows.

The kohlrabi is an intermediary in families cabbage and turnips. This is sometimes called cabbage turnip root. Just above the earth rod plant inflates in a vegetable as a turnip. In turnip true swelling is underground, but as cabbage, forms of kohlrabi its edible part above the earth. It is easy to grow. Only it should grow quickly, otherwise the swelling becomes wooded, and thus loses its good quality. Sow outside as soon as possible, or sow inside in March and transplant to the open. Plant in drills about two feet apart. Place the plants about a foot apart, or dilute at this distance. To plant one hundred feet of drill buy a half ounce of seed. The seed goes a long way, you see. The kohlrabi is prepared and served as a turnip. It is a very satisfactory harvest early.

Before leaving the cabbage family let me say that the cabbage called Savoy is a great variety to try. It should always have a plantation early in the coverage, said in February, and then be transplanted into the beds open in March or April. If the soil is poor where you have to grow cabbage, then certainly choose the Savoie.

Carrots are two general types: those with long roots, and those with short roots. If long-rooted varieties are selected, then the soil must be worked down to a depth of eighteen inches, surely. Most courts will be well into eight inches of sandy soil well-worked. Do not carrot seed in the earth freshly manured. Another point in the culture of a carrot is about the process of clarification. For small plants amount you undoubtedly will find they are much, much too closely together. Wait a little bit thin at a time, so that young, tiny carrots can be used on the table at home. These are the points to take notes about the culture of carrots.

The cucumber is the next vegetable in the line. It is a factory foreign lands. Some believe that the cucumber is really a native of India. A ground light, sandy and rich is necessary I mean rich in the sense of wealth in organic matter. When cucumbers are grown outside, because we may raise them, they are planted in hills. Nowadays, they are developed in greenhouses, they hang from the roof, and are a wonderful view. In the hothouse a hive of bees is kept so that cross-fertilisation can continue.

But if you intend to grow cucumbers follow these directions: Sow the seed inside, cover with one inch of soil rich. In a little space of six inches. diameter, plant six seeds. Set as a bean seed with the end of germination in the soil. When all danger of frost is over, each set of six small plants, soil and all, should be planted in the open. Later, when the danger of insect pests is over, dilute three plants in a hill. The hills should be about four feet from all sides.

Before the period of Christ, lettuce was grown and served. There is a wild lettuce grown which is probably ripe. There are a number of vegetables that have grown ancestors, carrots, turnips and wild lettuce is the most common among them. The lettuce can be rempliée in the garden almost anywhere. It is surely one of the most decorative vegetables. The compact head, green leaves, the beauty of symmetry all these are characteristics with the charm of lettuce.

While advances summer and while encemencements lettuce early age they tend to go sow. Don 't had left. Lift them. None of us is likely to come in later seed producer lettuce. What we are interested in is increasing the tender lettuce whole season. It is possible to have such lettuce in mid and late summer only by frequent planting of the seed. If the seed is planted every ten days or two weeks throughout the summer, you can take the tender lettuce whole season. When lettuce gets older it becomes bitter and hard.

It is the most interesting experiment with melons. We assume that melons are the source from Asia, and parts of Africa. The melons are a summer fruit. Over in England we find the cantaloupes often grown under glass in greenhouses warm. The vines are high up rather than be left inclined. While melons grow great in hot and dry atmosphere, just the kind which is correct for their growth, they become too heavy for the vine supports. Thus they are held by small bags of manufacture, just like a tennis net in the size of the mesh. The bags are supported on nails or pegs. It is a very nice that I can assure you. Here we usually raise our melons outside. They are planted in hills. Eight seeds are placed two inches apart and an inch deep. The hills should have a field of four feet on all sides; hills of watermelon must have an allowance of eight to ten feet. Make the ground for these hills very rich. As small plants become important say that about four inches in height reduce the number of plants at two in a hill. Also in such work choose the most vigorous plants to keep. Cut the other down near or below the earth's surface. The shooting up factories is a shocking way to get rid of them. I say shocking because traction is likely to reach the roots of the two remaining factories. When the melon plant has reached a length of a foot, pinch off the end of it. This means that pinch at the factory: stop just rise for a long time, take time now to raise branches. The sand or lime was sprayed on hills tends to keep bugs parties.

The word pumpkin stands for good, fashioned pies for Thanksgiving, for the grandmother 's house It really brings more care than the word squash. I guess that squash is a little more useful, when we think of the Hubbard end, and nice small syrups summer twisted-strangled, but after all, I like to take more pumpkins. And as for Jack-o "- lanterns why they require frankly pumpkins. By planting them, the same branches fit that were given for melons. And use these same for squash-planting, too. But do not plant the two cousins together, because they have a tendency to run together. Plant pumpkins between the hills and let corn syrups come in another part of the garden.

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