I am SO excited to have my garden plan for the spring season finally written up for everyone to see. I worked out how much space each plant needs, and when to plant compared to the final frost date, so I’ve already started a few indoors in an egg carton. If anyone has advice, or if I put two plants next to each other that shouldn’t, feel free to leave a comment! My garden is a raised bed in my backyard that is 5′ by 15′, and each block on the diagram represents 6″. I can’t wait to see all of the veggies we get!
Jan 09 2009
I might replace cilantro with chives, cilantro is so cheap at the store, chives aren’t and my chives have survives a couple winters now and are doing great (you can get garlic chives and onion chives – they’re both yummy).
Are you planning to keep the evergreen plants year after year? My thyme and oregano are still thriving and actually taking over my herb garden!
Brian doesn’t like chives, so I haven’t used them in forever. I will definitely keep the evergreen ones! I’ve got those seeds going in pots inside, and they haven’t sprouted yet, but hopefully in the next week they will. I just checked my other seeds, and the lettuce, tomatoes, and onions that I planted in the egg carton are all popping up!