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It depends the size of the garden, and where you live. I have a very small garden, probably about seven square feet, I am growing four different kinds of fruits, I live …in north Carolina. I would recommend herbs and fruits just to save money so you don't have to buy those kind of things at the store. Get fertilizer and rich, loose soil to make sure your plants grow. You can grow many things in your garden, check wall mart or someplace for seeds. Just remember to only plant seeds of plants that are supposed to grow at that season, or they will not grow strong and will die fast. I would recommend: Brussel sprouts, Cucomber, cantaloupe, and watermelon, from my experience, those are the best and easiest plants to grow. But remember to plant what you like to eat, that way you won't have to buy those at he store constantly!
no its hard. dont bother
yes they do... (improved sarcastically) No, they grow in living rooms.
Of course you can, you idiot! Why wouldn't you be able to unless you lived in AFRICA!
To do this you have to ask aunt Arctic or Dp127, its up to you...
Yes, dahlias grow in the garden, and in larger flower pots, too.
First of all, they didn't grow gardens but they had fields for crops, they grew corn, carrots, tabacco, beats, etc.
peas, corn, green beans, patotos, squaush, tomatoes, and much more things
they grew flowers :D
yes you can grow strawberries in a garden
Potatoes. The reason for this, is the potatoes break up the hard dirt after the winter freeze and compression of the dirt. They also puf necessary nutrients into the soil for …the next crop. Peas, radishes, arugula, lettuce, spinach. They all get depressed and die when it gets hot. If you didnt want to grow crops in your garden daffs look great at this time of year, plus if you leave the bulbs in the soil they come back next year!! Grow flowers! They make ur garden look pretty and they gove ur garden fragrence. Cabbage, Broccoli you could even grow snow peas.
Can you list what you planted and where the garden is located? There are many factors that determine how fast it will grow including soil quality, temperate zone, and sun expo…sure. You'll get a more accurate answer if you can provide some details.