I want to plant a garden, but how do I get started?

I was thinking I could plant a fruit/vegetable garden. Like apples, bananas, oranges, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions etc.

Also about how much would it cost to start the garden an keep it healthy?
Asked Nov 15, 2009
Edited Nov 15, 2009

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First find a place in a ground. Then smooth out the dirt. Start making holes and put the seeds in!
Answered Dec 02, 2009
It all depends how big a garden you want to plant. It's quit a bit of work so you need to plan your time around keeping it up.Here's a few tips:
Plow your garden in the fall, so all the grass will be rotted and you will have fewer weeds, plus it enriches the soil.
Have enough tools and equipment to keep your garden growing and clean.
The best thing to do is determine how big your garden spot will be. Decide what you are going to plant, then go to a garden shop and price out the things you will need.i.e plants, fertilizer,equipment, The people work there can give that information. Fruits grow on trees and vines.so they take longer to make fruit. Tomatoes plants should set 3ft.apart, cucumber plants about 4 foot apart, onions-if you get onion slips or bulbs, put them about 6 inches apart.etc.
Answered Nov 19, 2009
One of the common errors for beginners is planting too much too soon and way more than anybody could eat or want. Unless you want to have zucchini taking up residence in your attic, plan carefully. Start small.
Answered Jan 26, 2016
The lawn bed is a best way to enhance you lawn and home.A raised garden bed is the perfect way to start improving lots of fresh vegetables and flowers right in your own garden.
Composting is a great way to take kitchen area and lawn spend and recycling it into a supplement rich floor that is an perfect addition to flowers and scenery.
Answered Apr 16, 2016
Start it from small plants.
Answered May 04, 2016

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