I use wide beds to make the best use of limited space. I work the bed, add plenty of well-composted horse manure to loosen the soil and about 3 lb. of seed meal N) per 100 sq., and then rake the bed smooth.
NGB Year of the Sweet Pepper: Bonnie Plants suggests its a good idea to grow several pepper types, not only to enjoy the different flavors and colors, but because an assortment will lengthen the time that you can harvest.
Adventures in Growing Radishes.Radishes (Raphanus sativus) are often at the top of the list of easy-to-grow vegetables, but it took me years to learn how to grow great radishes, which can actually be quite finicky.