Growing in the backyard garden

cherriesFor growing in your home garden, you should choose primarily these vegetables and fruits, which are eaten fresh, and therefore leaf vegetables, peas for green grain, tomatoes, cucumbers, berry fruits, cherries, peaches, apricots and spice herbs. You can go ahead and give up cabbage and apples, which are inexpensive and are available on the market all year round. The species useful for preserves are also recommendable: tomatoes, cucumbers, peas for green grains and green beans and berries, cherries and plums. The structure of crops in a rural home garden looks different, in which nothing should be missing for this, that the housewife did not have the time or the opportunity to buy the vegetables and fruits she needed every day near her home. On the other hand, in a farmyard there are perfect conditions for storing fresh vegetables and their preserves, therefore the appropriate species and varieties should be grown there.
On a farm, it is generally possible to grow fruit and vegetables on any surface, but assuming, that there should be 100 for one family member…150 m2 of the garden, its total area does not most often exceed 500 m2. Properly maintaining a larger garden would take too much time for the household, burdened with other work on the farm. The result of gardening work is the production of vegetables and fruit that is possible, to a large degree, supply one's own household. The current expenses for purchasing these products decrease quite significantly.
In addition to the measurable benefits of working in the garden, there is one more, often underestimated, namely, active recreation in soil cultivation, sowing and harvesting, for work that is completely different from everyday professional activities. Movement in the open air and among greenery, observing the development of plants and learning about the processes taking place in nature is an invaluable counterweight to rush and stress.