2. Then choose which produce your neighborhood climate is best for.
The best vegetables for any garden are: broccoli, peas, beans, brussels sprouts, tomatoes, red bell peppers, beets, leaf amaranth, carrots, and leafy greens. Read more about them here.
5. Use bricks and imported soil for urban areas.
According to the Food Empowerment Project about 2.3 million people live further than one mile away from a supermarket without any means of getting there. Given the distance from fresh produce many people face, community gardens in urban areas are a must!
8. Be sure to know your garden tools!
Each garden tool serves a very different, very important purpose! Here’s a great guide to showing the importance of each tool.