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Companion Planting Chart - Penobscot Bay Press, Maine Companion Planting Chart - Penobscot Bay Press, Maine Document Transcript

  • 14 Seasonal Guide Spring Fever PLANTING CHART for the home garden Crop Feet per row Seeds or plants (P) Distance Inches Depth of Minimum Planting dates Ready for use or amount per per 100 feet of row between between planting soil temp. in coastal from date of person ***** rows plants or (inches) Maine seedling hill (H) Asparagus 15-20 60-70 (P) 36-48 18 6-8 50 April 10-30 1 or 2 years Beans Pole 10 1/2 lb. 36 24 H 1 55 May 10-July 10 65-90 days Snap 20-30* 3/4 lb. 24 2-4 1 55 May 10-July 10 Beets 10-15* 1 oz. 12-18 2-3 1/2 40 April 15-July 10 90-100 days Broccoli ** and 90-100 days, Brussel sprouts 5 plants 1/8 oz. or 67 (P) 24-36 24-30 1/4 40 April 15-July 10 100-120 days Cabbage Early** 5 plants 1/8 oz. or 67-100 (P) 24-36 12-18 1/4 40 April 15-July 10 90-110 days Late 10 plants 1/8 oz. or 67-100 (P) 24-36 18-24 1/4 40 April 15-July 10 Carrots 50-75 1/2 oz. 12-18 2-3 1/2 40 April 20-July 10 55-80 days Cauliflower** 5 1/8 oz. or 67 (P) 24-36 24-30 1/4 40 April 15-July 20 95-110 days Swiss Chard 5 1 oz. 18-24 6-8 1/2 40 April 20-July 5 45-60 days Sweet Corn Early 20 1/4 lb. 24-36 6 1 50 May 10-July 1 55-90 days Midseason 20 1/4 lb. 24-36 8 1 50 May 10-July 1 Late 20 1/4 lb. 24-36 9 1 50 May 10-July 1 Cucumbers 10-15 1/2 oz. 48-72 48 H 3/4 60 May 20-July 1 50-70 days Eggplant 2 plants 1 pkt. 24-36 18 1/4 125-140 days Lettuce Head** 5-10 1/2 oz. or 75-100 (P) 12-18 15-18 1/4 70-90 days Leaf 5* 1/4 oz. 12-18 6 1/4 35 April 15-July 15 Melons** Muskmelons 10-15 1/2 oz. or 60-100 (P) 72-96 48H 3/4 Watermelons 10-15 1 oz. or 50-60 (P) 96-144 60H 3/4 60 June 1-June 15 100-130 days Onions 10-20 1 lb. sets 12-18 1-3 1/2 35 April 10-May 1 100 days Parsnips 5-10 1/2 oz. 18-24 2-4 130 days Peas Early & Late 50 - 150* 1 lb. 18-36 1.2 1 40 April 1-Aug. 1 45-75 days Peppers** 2 plants 1 pkt. 18-24 18 1/4 60 May 20-July 130-150 days Pumpkins*** 1 hill 1 oz. 36 48H 1 75-90 days Radishes 5* 1 oz. 12-18 1 1/2 40 April 1-Sept. 1 20-75 days Rhubarb 5-10 40-50 (P) 48 24-30 2-3 April 10-April 30 1 or 2 years Rutabaga 10-20 1/4 oz. 18-24 6-8 1/2 40 June 20-July 10 90 days Spinach 1 oz. 12-18 3-4 1/2 35 April 1-Aug. 15 45 days is min. Squash*** Summer 1 hill 1 oz. 36 48H 1 60 May 20-Julu 1 65-70 days Winter 20-30 1 oz. 72-96 72H 1 60 May 20-June 15 125 days Tomatoes** 15 plants**** 1 pkt. 24-48 18-36 1/4 60 May 15-June 20 100-130 days * Make two or more plantings or plant early, midseason, and late varieties at same time. Suggested amount is for each planting. ** Depth of planting refers to seeding depth indoors. *** Planting distance is for bush types. If large vine types are planted, allow for more space. **** If only early varieties are planted, allow 15 plants per person. If main crop varieties are grown, plant 8 to 10 plants per person. ***** Assuming you freeze, store and can vegetables at home, these are the vegetable needs per person. —Cooperative Extension Service
  • Spring Fever Seasonal Guide 15 Companion Planting VEGETABLE LIKES DISLIKES Asparagus Tomatoes, parsley, basil Beans Potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, cauliflower, Onion, garlic, gladiolus cabbage, summer savory, most other vegeta- bles and herbs Pole Beans Corn, summer savory Onions, beets, kohlrabi, sunflower Bush Beans Potatoes, cucumbers, corn, strawberries, Onions celery, summer savory Beets Pole beans Onions, kohlrabi Cabbage Family Aromatic plants, potatoes, celery, dill, Strawberries, tomatoes, pole beans (Cabbage, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, camomile, sage, peppermint, rosemary, broccoli, Brussels sprouts) beets, onions Carrots Peas, leaf lettuce, chives, onions, leeks, rose- Dill mary, sage, tomatoes Celery Leeks, tomatoes, bush beans, cauliflower, cabbage Chives Carrots Corn Potatoes, peas, beans, cucumbers, pumpkin, Tomato, celery squash Cucumbers Beans, corn, peas, radishes, sunflowers Potatoes, aromatic herbs Tomatoes Chives, onion, parsley, asparagus, marigold, Kohlrabi, potato, fennel, cabbage nasturtium, carrot Eggplant Beans Onions, garlic, gladiolus, potato Peas Carrots, turnips, radishes, cucumbers, corn, beans, most vegetables and herbs Squash Nasturtium, corn Peas, beans Onion Beets, strawberries, tomato, lettuce, summer (including garlic) savory, camomile (sparsely) Leeks Onions, celery, carrots Lettuce Carrots and radishes (lettuce, carrots and radishes make a strong team grown togeth- er), strawberries, cucumbers Radishes Peas, nasturtium, lettuce, cucumbers Parsley Tomatoes, asparagus Potatoes Beans, corn, cabbage, horseradish (should be Pumpkin, squash, cucumber, sun- planted at corners of patch), marigold, egg- flower, tomato, raspberry plant (as a lure for Colorado potato beetle) Pumpkin Corn Potato Soybeans Grows with anything, helps everything Strawberries Bush bean, spinach, borage, lettuce (as a bor- Cabbage der) Spinach Strawberries Sunflowers Cucumbers Potato Turnips Peas