Garden Layout

2010

– Backyard Bed 1
Outside of Kitchen Window
(Each square is approximately 1’x1′)

Pak Choi
starts
4/18
Spinach
Olympia Hybrid
4/18
7/8
Summer Savory Perennial Italian Parsley
4″ pot
3/6
Carrots
Danvers half long
4/18
Carrots
Danvers half long
2/20
Pak Choi
starts
4/18
Spinach 7/8
Spinach
Olympia Hybrid
4/18
Carrots
Danvers half long
4/18
Carrots
Danvers half long
2/20
Spinach
Olympia Hybrid
2/20
7/8
Pepper Start 7/7 Pepper Start
7/7
Beet
Early Wonder
2/28
Carrots
Danvers half long
2/7
Spinach
Olympia Hybrid
2/20
Lettuce Starts 7/4
Mixed Lettuce starts x3
3/6
Lettuce Starts 7/4
Mixed Lettuce starts x3
3/6
Lettuce Starts 7/4
Beet
Early Wonder
2/28
Lettuce Starts 7/4
Carrots
Danvers half long
2/7

– Side Bed 1
Closest to House
(Each square is approximately 1’x1′)

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– Side Bed 2
Second from House
(Each square is approximately 1’x1′)

Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Broccoli starts
4/25
Broccoli starts
4/25
Spinach starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Sorrel2009 Broccoli starts
4/25
Broccoli starts
4/25
Spinach starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Broccoli starts
4/25
chamomile2009 Spinach starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Swiss Chard starts
2/20
Broccoli starts
4/25
chamomile2009 Spinach starts
2/20

– Side Bed 3

Third from House
Planted with Asparagus February 2010
added 2 Martha Washington to the  right side 3/6

– Side Bed 4

Farthest to House
Transplanted Rhubarb  February 2010
7 leaves starting to poke through 3/4

– Potatoe Bed 1 –

Closest to House
Yukon Gold
Redthumb
La ratte
Australian Fingerling

– Potatoe Bed 2 –

Next Bed away from House
Variety of Leftover Banana and red Potatoes

– Straw Bales –

left (1) back: Cucumber – Bush Pickle
left (1) front: Cucumber – Burpless Supreme
center (2): back Red Cabbage
center (2) front: Summer Squash – Gold Bar
right (3) front: Winter Squash – Table Ace
right (3): back Summer Squash –  Ball Zucchini

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3 Responses to Garden Layout

  1. Scott Sandler says:

    Did your asparagus take? We planted some in 2010, and still don’t have edible stalks.

    • Gardnerh says:

      Not a bit. I’ve tried three time and got 4 or five stalks then it just rots. I think our place has been too soggy the last several years. I finally just gave up.

  2. Scott Sandler says:

    We’re getting a few stalks each year, and now have lots of self-propagated “babies”. I have high hopes! (We did ours in a raised bed).

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