Square Foot Gardening

I am trying a square foot gardening technique. This allows someone with little space to grow a variety of foods. The planting area is divided into square foot blocks. Each block will have one variety of plant sown based on a specific formula. Small plants such as carrots or radishes can be sown 16 per square foot. Larger varieties such as broccoli or tomatoes are sown 1 per square foot.

My square foot garden has arugula, brussel sprouts, collards, mustard greens, carrots, radishes, bibb lettuce, and spinach.


~ by Schwarvin on September 15, 2008.

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