<p>We're longtime fans of vertical gardening, but it can be tricky to take the plunge and start your own. This <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.custommade.com/blog/vertical-gardening/">colorful chart by CustomMade</a> breaks down what different types of structures (and what fruits and veggies go with each) that you can add to your backyard. </p><p><br></p><p><a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.pinterest.com/pin/198299189821312243/">Pin it here</a>.</p>
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Learn how to grow cucumbers vertically to get the most productive plant. Growing cucumbers vertically also save lot of space, which is suitable for small gardens.
Can you still grow some of your own food if your yard has shady spots? The answer is YES! Click here to get a list of 28 vegetables that grow in partial shade.
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Asparagus is a perennial vegetable. It takes three years from planting to get an appreciable crop, but the fresh asparagus is well worth the wait. A well-maintained asparagus patch will yield for 15 to 30 years.
This February Seed Starting Schedule is targeted for those of you that live in the colder northern zones. (Zones 3 to 7). If you live in any of these Zones then February is the month to get serious about starting this years seedlings! Growing your own seedlings will expand the variety and quality of the plants in your vegetable garden! Learn more by clicking through to this post