Though GrowVeg worked great for planning my garden last year, this year it became even more useful. By creating a garden plan using my template from my previous year not only did it save time but also showed where I should not plant certain vegetables because I planted the same family of plants in that area last year. Here is my plan for my larger plot:
I am growing much of the same as I have in past years with the addition of broccoli and Swiss chard.
For my longer fence plot here is what I am going with the following:
New in this area I am going to plan on growing some dry beans for storage as well as some green beans along with our regular cucumbers, tomatoes, and sunflowers.
I also have an area I am planning on growing herbs, though for that I am just going to wing it.
In the end it took me about 3-4 minutes to create this plan thanks to GrowVeg which I can print out and keep by the garden so I don’t have to wonder, “Now where did I plant that spinach again.”
They do have a free 30 day trial if you want to try it out this year.