It's really not difficult, first come up with the vegetables you would like to grow. Tomatoes, green peppers, green beans, zucchini, cucumbers or whatever you want, those listed are not terribly hard to grow. If you're putting them in the ground, you must till up the soil to make it easier to plant and aerate the soil. For tomatoes, and peppers, purchase some plants from your local nursery, plant them fairly deep, so they keep their strength as they grow, pile the soil in a mound around the stalk and mulch each one with hay or straw to keep down the chance of blight. For zucchini and cucumbers, make a large mound of soil, flatten the top of the mound some, and place seeds on top if the mound and lightly cover with soil until you can't see the seeds. Beans, make a row in the soil, put holes in the ground about an inch apart and an inch or so deep, put 3-4 beans in one hole and cover them up. Water everything really well, and soon you'll have plants and vegetables! Good luck!