The Q&A Archives: Our class would like to start a small garden near our room. We would like to see some results prior

Question: Can you make suggestions as to where to begin?

Answer: There are a number of fast growing plants you can include in your garden. Start by staking out the garden area and amending the soil with some organic matter (compost, aged manure, etc.). Amending the soil will loosen it, and help it drain quickly yet retain just the right amount of moisture. Level the area and then plan your design. Some fast growing plants to include:
dwarf sunflowers

Best wishes with your garden!

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