We hope you enjoyed our first article Plant Spacing Chart for Veggies. As promised, this is the follow up with plant spacing info for square foot gardening.
This grid is based on the idea of square foot gardening and has 16 squares to represent a 4 foot square garden bed. Finally, there is a page of 16 common vegetables. You may want to print multiple copies of this page depending on your own garden plans. Garden Planner for Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers Get a Free Garden Planner Trial! Whether you want to create a square-foot garden for vegetables, a kitchen garden for herbs, or a beautiful flower garden, our Garden Planner will help you find the best layout for your space—plus provide all your planting and harvesting dates! Many gardeners find Mel Bartholomew’s square foot gardening method helpful. In your raised bed, you divide the space into a grid of 1- x 1-foot squares. Then you follow his plan for how many plants or seeds should be added to each square. The density is based on the plant size. So that might mean one tomato or several carrots.
Your Ultimate Guide To Square Foot Gardening Gardener's Path
Square foot gardening allows you to plant much closer. In order to make growing a garden easier, we have put together a plant spacing chart to help you.
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|Plant Variety||Plants per Square|
|Broccoli||1 (18' spacing is best)|
|Cauliflower||1 (18' spacing is best)|
|Melon||1 (18'-24' spacing is best)|
|Watermelon||1 (18'-24' spacing is best)|
Proper plant spacing can help reduce plant disease and maintain healthy plant.
Using this chart, it's easy enough to interplant Companion Plants in your garden. If you're wondering what to plant and when to plant in your area, check out our 2018 Planting Guide for the US. We added a few new regions this year.
For additional planting info we have an entire page GROWING TIPS & VIDEOS to help you grow a healthy, successful garden
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