My Spring Garden Plan

Spring garden plan

With over 70 seedlings repotted this week and more seeds going in the ground directly, it’s easy to get carried away in the garden as I just want to plant everything I can get my hands on. Any available pocket of space in the sun, any container sitting empty… I’ll fill it all up. Then I’ll look back and think, did I really need 10 kale plants to feed a family of 2? (At least my friends and neighbors were well-fed!)

That’s when a garden plan comes in handy. I can see what goes where, how many, and when to rotate. (I think I must have been a Virgo in a past life.)

This season I have space allocated for 12 tomato plants, 6 melons, 6 summer squashes, 4 zucchinis, 9 cucumbers, 10 bell peppers, 5 chile peppers, 2 eggplants, many many greens of all kinds, carrots, radishes, spring onions, leeks, a trellis full of beans, plus edible flowers and countless herbs (not to mention my perennials).

What are you planting this spring?

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April 4 2011      4 comments     Linda Ly
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  • http://twitter.com/theGardenBetty Linda Ly

    If I wasn’t organized, I’d probably have to infiltrate my neighbor’s yard because I needed more space. ;-) It’s easy for me to thumb through seed catalogs and get overzealous at the start of the season!

    Thanks for reading!

  • Plantpostings

    You are very organized! And I’m envious. I have a very small plot of sun in my garden. Not much room for veggies. It will be fun to see your garden’s progress throughout the growing season. I’m glad I found your blog!

    • http://twitter.com/theGardenBetty Linda Ly

      If I wasn’t organized, I’d probably have to infiltrate my neighbor’s yard because I needed more space. ;-) It’s easy for me to thumb through seed catalogs and get overzealous at the start of the season!

      Thanks for reading!

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