How to start a raised-bed veggie garden

New gardener Reed Davis chronicles each step, misstep, and big juicy victory as he turns a small patch of soil into a bountiful vegetable garden

Step 4: Planting seeds
Photo by Reed Davis

Step 4: Planting seeds

I sow artichoke, bean, cuke, and herb seeds and plant eggplant, pepper, squash, tomato, and zucchini. The first tomato seedlings soon croak; seems I planted them too early, when there wasn’t enough heat. But the next tomatoes, which I plant a bit later, take off.

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