Seed Organizing & Storing

  If you start your plants from seeds you probably have piles of seed packets lying around the house, maybe shoved in a box or bag. This season when I sat down to start my transplant and started rummaging through my unorganized seed packets. I knew it was time to find a better system! Here … Continue reading Seed Organizing & Storing

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Bell Peppers 

I highly recommend growing peppers in the garden. They are really no fuss crop. With little disease, no pests, and produce high yields of fruit...Who wouldn't want to grow a veggie like that! Not to mention peppers can be costly at the grocery store compared to other vegetables. So it is a veggie I make … Continue reading Bell Peppers 

Square Foot Plant Spacing

After you have built your square foot garden and are ready to plant, here is the correct spacing for each plant. Happy Gardening! Plant Spacing:    Asparagus: 1- 4 per sq ft Arugula: 4 per sq ft Beans: 9 per sq ft of bush variety or 8 per sqft of pole variety Beets:  9-16 per sq ft  Broccoli: … Continue reading Square Foot Plant Spacing

Cherry Tomatoes 

Cherry tomatoes are a great addition to your square foot garden. One plant produces AN ENORMOUS amount of plump and juicy tomatoes. Perfect for snacking and salads! Last year I planted four cherry tomato plants and we couldn't pick them fast enough! It was more than plenty for us to enjoy and share with our … Continue reading Cherry Tomatoes