Grow your own veggies
In the Garden
With the holiday season over, we are left with some extra pounds and lots of fat to burn. Some of you will be looking at your diet to try and get trim again, and those of you going this route should try growing your own veggies. The problem is that most people do not know where to start.
at least six hours of sunlight, and then mark off the beds. Use a fork or a tiller to work through the soil until it is loose. Add potting soil and cured pen manure to this, and work it in. Water the beds. If you want you could fence off this area for your kitchen garden.
Once you have purchased your seedlings, plant them approximately 12 inches apart. Mist lightly every day. If the sun is too strong, you may need to put some branches over the beds to shade your seedlings.