What type of vegetables do you plant?

United States
April 26, 2008 8:33pm CST
I was just sitting here thinking that I need to start getting the garden ready for planting. You know cleaning out all the old debris and tilling the soil. Putting fresh mulch in to boost the soil. It is the end of April and in Wisconsin we can't think about planting until Memorial Day. So I'm Sitting here wondering what do I plant this year naturally I have to plant the cucumbers and tomatos. Green beans are also good but I like to try something different every year. Last year I planted cabbage and that turned out great. So can you give me a few suggestions for this years garden??? somebody told me garlic is interesting to grow. Does anybody know anything about that? I am waiting for the answers. Happy growing
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@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
27 Apr 08
I live in a tropical country and the weather here is very much different to that in your place. I know I couldn’t contribute any help here but I would like to share with you the vegetable plants growing here. Hope you would like it. Here we have only sunny days and rainy days throughout the year so we don’t plant any vegetable which could grow well in the cold weather only. I had tried to grow broccoli and tomato before but could see the green leaves only . I usually plant those vegetables which could grow easily and need less care like sweet potato, long bean, chili, white radish, okra or lady fingers, water spinach and peanut etc in my courtyard. We could grow these plants at anytime we wish.
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@Cocoa33 (921)
• United States
27 Apr 08
i plant tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower,etc.
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