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Garden Plan Using Square-Foot, Companion Planting Method with Three Sisters - Garden Staples Feature

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Garden Plan Using Square-Foot, Companion Planting Method with Three Sisters - Garden Staples Feature

Garden Plan Using Square-Foot, Companion Planting Method with Three Sisters - Garden Staples Feature

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  • 1. GARDEN PLAN USING SQUARE-FOOT, COMPANION PLANTING METHOD WITH THREE SISTERS/GARDEN STAPLES FEATURE 33 feet LEGEND = 6 inches 4 pepper = 16 plants 2 squash plants 2 pie pumpkin plants 4 bean plants + 4 corn plants 2 cucumber or pickle plants 2 melon plants28 feet Herbs Early Peas then Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli Lettuce Strawberrries Flowers Potatoes Radishes & Carrots Water Tomatoes Barrel sunflowers red raspberries onions Storage & Fence around garden Chicken Coop Maintenace Chicken Coop Shed Maintenance Shed 3x6 Chicken Coop Fence/Yard Fence Garden Boxes Rain Barrel collection gated arch 6 chickens: they require about 9 sq ft Fenced-In Chicken Yard with 9 sq ft per chicken for of yard per chicken and you get about 1 total of 10 chickens egg per chicken per day = 42 eggs/wk 48 corn plants = 48 ears 12 strawberry plants = 12 qts 6 red raspberry plants = 12 pints of berries 3 pie pumpkins50 6 fruits on trellis = = lbs cucumbers/pickles 10 squash plants = 60 fruits 4 cucumber/pickle plants (2 of each), 16 sunflowers = 48 lbs seeds 6 melon plants = 8 melons 10 Pea plants = 20-30 lbs of peas (sugar or snap) 3 cabbage plants 4 cauliflower plants 3 broccoli plants 158 Radishes 158 Carrots 24 leaf lettuce = more than can be eaten 12 potato plants = 50 lbs potatoes 4 bush tomatoes = 120 lbs tomatoes 8 pepper plants = 160 peppers 15 sq ft of herbs: basil, oregano, dill, mint, chamomile, parsley, rosemary, thyme, sage, etc. Garden is surrounded with 10-foot high wire fences to keep out deerr and small furries. It includes two arched gateways and a long bench with an overhead arbor to let the owners sit and watch the chickens. It consists of various size raised beds and features a rain collection barrel and small utility shed for storing fertilizer, chicken feed, small garden tools, etc. This is a space 28 x 33 feet - or 924 square feet.