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Garden Plans update

Friday, January 25, 2013

I get so excited looking at a parcel of land, regardless of size and figuring out how to site the garden for maximum harvest. The Foodbank one was easy - to a point - as they get sun all day! No trees (took down the scraggly pines) or buildings nearby to shade it out.

I like two programs: kgi.org/kitchen-garden-p
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and www.plangarden.com/
Both are very modestly priced and have free trials, so why not give them a whirl.

Here's the third plan I drew up for the Foodbank. Keep in mind, that things can always change until the plants go in the ground. They don't use beets, so we've subbed it with onions.

This was drawn with Plangarden.

This is the History Museum patio makeover:

drawn with KGI's program.
(Tried to make the pics as big as I could!)

The winner is KGI, because it provides you with a list of how many plants you need and when to plant them based on your zip code! It makes the museum makeover easier to plan and budget for.
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  • v TIME4COFFEE
    I love your energy!
    1308 days ago
  • v TIGGERJEAN
    That is so awesome! You're doing such great work in your community!
    1308 days ago
  • v LODESTONE
    Looks like an awesome utility program, Wendy! Yowsa- I could use something that takes me by the hand, reminds me when: if it waters on schedule, it's hired!!!! emoticon (greenish thumb)
    1308 days ago
  • v JACKIE542
    Thank you , I may jus emoticon t redo my garden with this, but you know I think this is fun, They even remind you when it's time to plant.
    1308 days ago
  • v PAMBWS
    Cool...lots of work, but it also sounds like you are really enjoying yourself. And what could be better...doing something that brings you joy!


    1308 days ago
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