garden layout

Well, here’s my tentative garden layout. You’ll notice a nice spot for a few camping chairs I bought today as well as a cooler and my tool chest. I’m debating on whether to use a large umbrella or to try and build a strong canopy to create the shade. 

The specific vegetables, herbs, and fruits that I have listed are subject to change, but are most likely to be the real deal. I still have a LOT of work to do in the coming weeks to till the soil and build the beds, but I’m very much looking forward to it. Let’s hope for a successful season in the garden and I’ll be sure to post updates on my progress!
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4 thoughts on “garden layout

  1. You should check out Home Depot or even sometimes the local hardware store, farm stand, or Whole Foods. Get some nice pots with sprouting tomato plants and basil plants. You can put both in the same pot if you want since they are lovers.This site is good: http://www.backyardgardener.com/etera/Check the section for “Container Gardening”

  2. i would pass on the cukes/squash/melons. cukes are hard to grow, and squash/melons will take up waaaaay too much space for what you get out of them. i am going to use a topsy turvy for my tomatoes (one heirloom and one beefsteak) and i recommend you do the same.

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