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- March 18, 2008 at 3:09 am #256867
The plants were 4-8 in apart. The ground here is super hard and full of calache. I used bagged soil per the book’s instruction.
I think this type of gardening would work anywhere. I had 16 zones and planted the following 1- 1 cherry tomato plant, 2- 1 beefeater tomato- 3- 1 neat heirloom tomato, 4-4 bean plants, 5- 1pineapple sage and 1 parsley, 6- 2 basil( I love pesto!!), 7- many beets, 8-many beets, 9= many carrots, 10- carrots, 11- collard greens, 12- swiss chard, 13- 2 cilantro and 1 dill, 14, 2 cucumbers and 2 peppers, 15 – 6 varieties of lettuce, 16- 4 swiss chard. I only planted things I loved and would use.
You can plant whatever you want just assign zones and if you are growing something like cucumbers then it is probably good to put them on the outside since they expand! Good Luck!
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Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 19:45:33 -0700
Subject: Budget101.com : Re:gardening
Lynne can you describe the soil you used and where you live? I am wondering how far apart were these plants and what order are they planted in. Sounds like you are successful.
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