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Post  gridgardener 4/1/2010, 3:39 pm

i noticed a lot posters are having planning problems so i will post in order importance basic gardening planning rules.
rule 1:plants should be planted north to south in following way.
shade loving plants, tall plants(this includes trellised, plants ,
medium height,short plants, and ground hugging plants.
Height info for different veg types can be found on page 192 of mels book.

rule 2 will be posted tomorrow.
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Post  sunshine0408 4/4/2010, 10:12 pm

Thanks for the info! I am still reading the book, hopping around to the sections I need and have missed a few things. Too eager a start and no grid in place. (bad error on my part).

happy gardening.
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