Hi. New to gardening

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  1. Lego

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    Hi. I am almost a complete noob to gardening and to vegies. I have tried raised bed veg gardens twice not much success and regretfully killed a lemon and orange tree in the past. Hoping to be more committed this time, and prepare garden better for a veggie patch.
     
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    Try growing some peppers or cucumbers! I've found that pepper plants are pretty forgiving. Good luck! Keep us posted
     
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    Hi Lego , for a real quick return try bok Choy , super quick and responsive , it encourages enthusiasm. Your quick growing veggies will inspire you to delve in deeper , radishes , cucumbers also quick returns , perennial veggies and cut and come again greens will keep the produce flowing , good luck it can be addictive cheers Raymondo
     
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    Thanks. I can't yet plant anything as have to organise garden beds. Currently grass so will be a work in progress. Due to a big digging dog is going to mean extra planning to keep her out of the veg area ie fencing. No a raised bed won't work unless it's so tall i use a ladder to work in it . So at research stage now
     
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