To Grow a Garden in Tennessee, you have to select the areas to plant your vegetables, shrubs, flowers and other ornamental plants. You need to select a more sunny area for vegetables, herbs and sun loving flowers. After that, till the ground fifteen inches deep with a garden tiller. You must remove large rocks that you might find as you are tilling the ground. Then, add six inches of compost or fertilizer to the soil before planting your vegetables and other plants.
You should Use your garden tiller to blend the compost into the dirt and distribute it evenly. Next, Check the soil pH and add different materials to alter the structure of the soil when needed. Forth, Use your shovel to dig five inch holes for your vegetables and sew the seeds eight inches apart. You can let more room for larger vegetables such as broccoli. You have to Dig two foot holes for trees or shrubs and space these plants five or more feet apart, depending on the overall size of the plant.
You need to Dig five inch holes for flower seeds and eight inch holes for larger flower bulbs and space these four or more inches apart depending on the preferences. Last, Water flowers, shrubs and trees once per week or every other week unless rainfall is heavy.