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Post  ralitaco 4/16/2015, 8:33 am

So I have been documenting my adventure in another thread - Adventures in Table Top and I finally have my Table Top filled and I am almost ready to go, I just need to mix in some fresh compost to rejuvinate the MM. So that means I am looking at what to plant and how to lay out the SFG. I posted this in my other thread but didn't get too many replies so I thought I'd try in the Regional forum (hope that's ok). Please let me know your thoughts
I'm in zip 28443 in zone 8
Thanks.


ralitaco wrote:I am really, really hoping/needing to get some plants and/or seeds in the ground otherwise, I think it may be too late. So since I have the one box pretty much done, I figured I needed to get it going with what I know I will eat and what I think I can grow successfully. 

So here is what I think I will plant, where they will be planted and how many per square. I think I have selected the right plants for summer. I think I will need to buy transplants vs starting from seed at this point.

Let me know your thoughts, concerns, suggestions, etc. 

South corner                                                          West Corner
Grape Tomato
x1
Leaf Lettuce
x4
Grape Tomato
x1
 Leaf Lettuce
x4
 Leaf Lettuce
x4
Bell Pepper
x1
Swiss Chard
x9
Grape Tomato 
x1
Leaf Lettuce
x4
 Grape Tomato 
x1
Bell Pepper
x1
Zuchini
x0.5
Pole Beans
x8
Pole Beans
x8
Cucumbers
x2
Zuchini
x0.5
East Corner                                                             North Corner

Thanks in advance.
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Post  rbridge28570 4/16/2015, 11:13 am

Nice setup what size are your Beds? Hoping we see some sun soon neighbor!!!
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Post  ralitaco 4/16/2015, 10:37 pm

So far I only have one 4x4 bed. I am planning 2 more 2x8's. Unfortunately I don't have a set schedule for work and only every other weekend off so I only get a few hours a week to work on them.
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