Ah, spring. The earth shines, the trees sprout, and most importantly, the soil melts. Are you interested in growing your own fruits and vegetables this season? Wondering what to plant in the spring? Here are some spring fruits and vegetables that need low maintenance that you can grow, even as a beginner.

HONEY

Honey melonHoney is best planted in late spring when the soil is warm. Build planting “hills” about three feet wide on a flat top in well-spread rows. Dig small trench circles around each mound. Add fertilizer or compost to your soil to help your new plants grow (melon is good for manure). Next, add four to six seeds to each hill, pushing them one inch into the hills.

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cucumber

Cucumber on whiteCucumber is great for spring planting. To enjoy fresh cucumbers throughout the summer, it is necessary to plant them two weeks after the last frost. Cucumbers need a lot of light and fertile soil to bloom, so choose a grassy place and add a lot of fertilizer. Plant the seeds in rows six feet apart.

BEZDUK

BeetrootBeetroot is a great choice for early spring. These spring plants live well immediately after the last frost, when the ground is cold but not frozen. they do not grow well if it is very hot. Beetroot does not need much space, so it can be grown in pots. If you decide to plant them in the ground, use a garden cultivator to make sure the soil is not loose without stones. Soak beet seeds in warm water to soften the peel before planting them in the ground half an inch. Spread the seeds three inches apart. When seedlings emerge, make sure the soil is constantly moist and watered frequently.

CARROT

bunch of carrots on a white backgroundIt may be a little late for the carrots (it is best to plant them a few weeks before the last frost), but you can still have success if you plant them right now. Orange vegetables are best grown in loose soil, free of rocks. Plant the seeds three inches apart in rows one foot apart. Do not use manure on the soil, otherwise your carrots may grow extra feet (really!).

TOMATO:

red tomatoesTomatoes are hardy, they thrive in warm soil, so it is best to plant them in late spring. Add a lot of fertilizer և fertilizer to the soil so that the tomatoes get enough nutrients. Plants also need a lot of room to grow, so place the seeds away from each other.

PEPPERS

Two red peppersPeppers are a little harder to grow if you do not live in a hot climate. To make them work in colder weather, most gardeners start growing the seeds indoors and transplanting them after 8-10 weeks. Start by putting the seeds in a warm, damp paper towel in a plastic bag. When the seeds germinate, they can be transferred to the ground in a pea pot. They should not be planted outdoors until the night temperature is at least 55 ° F.

BEANS:

dried red beans on an isolated white backgroundUnlike peppers, beans probably do not survive transplantation. Instead, these plants should be reserved for six hours of uninterrupted sunlight. The seeds should be planted in one inch of soil, about three inches apart. If you decide to plant beans, keep in mind that they will grow into vines; stakes or grids are needed to stick them.

BROCCOLI

Broccoli on a white backgroundBroccoli can survive in colder climates and thrives in slightly acidic soils. Plant the seeds half an inch underground. You can start fertilizing three weeks after planting.

Garlic

Garlic bulb, high angle viewGarlic is a way to grow garlic և As an added bonus, the fragrant plant acts as a natural insect repellent. It is usually planted in the fall, but early spring is also an option. Plant your carnations in two inches of soil, four inches apart. Be sure to prune all the flowers that may appear in the spring as they will prevent the bulbs from growing.

POTATOES:

Potato groupPotato is an abundant plant that can survive one or two frosts, which means it can be planted in early spring. Make sure the dirt is slightly acidic, not loose. tightly packed soil leads to incorrectly shaped potatoes. To plant, cut the potatoes “plant the pieces above the eyes” to a depth of four inches. When the plant stems reach eight inches, start covering the floors with extra soil. The light makes the potatoes green և bitter taste, so it is better to cover them well.

Onions:

red onionPlant onions in early spring in composted soil. The lamps should be placed at a distance of about six centimeters from each other. Small bulbs need a steady supply of water to grow, but they are more hearty than they seem և can withstand drought.

FEATHERS

Ripe raspberriesBerries packed with these antioxidants are perfect for summer fruit salads. They can be planted in summer, but in early spring they give the best taste. Berries are prone to root rot, so they are best grown in a raised bed with rich soil that drains well. Manure or fertilizer will help the fruit to really bloom.

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