Succession Plantings

Sometimes with planning a garden and then getting all that you need to actually get your garden started- it gets overwhelming. I found this chart on Succession Plantings that I find very helpful. It’s simple and basic exactly
what I need.

Perennials Crops that occupy the ground only the first part of the season Crops that occupy the ground the major portion of the season Crops to be planted in July or later for fall and winter gardens
Asparagus Early Beets Bush and Pole Beans Bush Beans
Rhubarb Early Cabbage Lima Beans Beets
Chives Lettuce Cabbage Broccoli
Horseradish Onion Sets Celery Chinese Cabbage
Winter Onions Peas Sweet Corn Carrots
  Radishes Cucumbers Cauliflower
  Early Spinach Eggplant Endive
  Mustard Musk Melons Kale
  Turnips Okra Kohlrabi
    Peppers Radishes
    Potatoes Spinach
    Pumpkins Turnips
    Squash Collards
    Tomatoes Lettuce
    Watermelon  
    Swiss Chard  
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  1. Your new blog looks awesome! And so do the gardening plans! I can’t wait to see the progress you make, pics of the kids enjoying the garden, the harvests, etc!

    Great job!

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