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Seasons Ticket31http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/GardenPlans/DispForm.aspx?ID=31Seasons Tickethttp://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicket_jpg.jpg, http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicket_jpg.jpghttp://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicketAerial_jpg.jpg, http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicketAerial_jpg.jpgGP0|#92792544-573c-4393-abb7-f0b6e7417e23;L0|#092792544-573c-4393-abb7-f0b6e7417e23|Seasons Ticket;GTSet|#24f4b73f-8c45-4b83-ba3a-cd1ce5d4c567<div class="ExternalClassFC0D0EA6EF0544B08A92423BD35773FF">This food garden design is a good choice for a location with full sun all day. It doesn't need shelter from the wind.</div><div class="ExternalClassA432A9AE22EB424C8DFEBEB3522C2EFC">1. This presentation does not reflect coordinated flowering time<br>2. When the spinach and beans are done, allow the squash to grow into their space </div>

 

 

Seasons Ticket31http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/GardenPlans/DispForm.aspx?ID=31Seasons Tickethttp://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicket_jpg.jpg, http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicket_jpg.jpghttp://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicketAerial_jpg.jpg, http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/_w/SeasonsTicketAerial_jpg.jpgGP0|#92792544-573c-4393-abb7-f0b6e7417e23;L0|#092792544-573c-4393-abb7-f0b6e7417e23|Seasons Ticket;GTSet|#24f4b73f-8c45-4b83-ba3a-cd1ce5d4c567<div class="ExternalClassFC0D0EA6EF0544B08A92423BD35773FF">This food garden design is a good choice for a location with full sun all day. It doesn't need shelter from the wind.</div>

 

 

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Festival' winter squash (Cucurbita pepo 'Festival')304http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=304Festival' winter squash (Cucurbita pepo 'Festival')wsany type of winter squash60 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#2a644829-a13d-42f7-9c4f-3814f002c136;L0|#02a644829-a13d-42f7-9c4f-3814f002c136|Winter Squash Festival;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
radish (Raphanus sativus)305http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=305radish (Raphanus sativus)rany type of radish10 cm12.0000000000000GP0|#66f13051-cac2-44df-87d8-0a031e2922f3;L0|#066f13051-cac2-44df-87d8-0a031e2922f3|Radish;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
spinach (Spinacia oleracea)306http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=306spinach (Spinacia oleracea)sany type of spinach30 cm6.00000000000000GP0|#f4ef9b4d-b7a1-482d-b5cb-4c2a26813cdb;L0|#0f4ef9b4d-b7a1-482d-b5cb-4c2a26813cdb|Spinach;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
pea (Pisum sativum)307http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=307pea (Pisum sativum)pany type of pea20 cm4.00000000000000GP0|#7296bb3a-d142-4440-a88c-00f5b97175df;L0|#07296bb3a-d142-4440-a88c-00f5b97175df|Pea;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
bush bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)308http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=308bush bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)bbany type of bush bean45 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#10f3ce77-14a9-4bc4-ac5d-870c30c922d0;L0|#010f3ce77-14a9-4bc4-ac5d-870c30c922d0|Beans Bush;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
bush tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)309http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=309bush tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)btany type of bush tomato45 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#57996da2-a426-43c6-9ad2-6b318e4ec44a;L0|#057996da2-a426-43c6-9ad2-6b318e4ec44a|Tomato;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df

 

 

Festival' winter squash (Cucurbita pepo 'Festival')304http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=304Festival' winter squash (Cucurbita pepo 'Festival')wsany type of winter squash60 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#2a644829-a13d-42f7-9c4f-3814f002c136;L0|#02a644829-a13d-42f7-9c4f-3814f002c136|Winter Squash Festival;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
bush bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)308http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=308bush bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)bbany type of bush bean45 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#10f3ce77-14a9-4bc4-ac5d-870c30c922d0;L0|#010f3ce77-14a9-4bc4-ac5d-870c30c922d0|Beans Bush;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
bush tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)309http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=309bush tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)btany type of bush tomato45 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#57996da2-a426-43c6-9ad2-6b318e4ec44a;L0|#057996da2-a426-43c6-9ad2-6b318e4ec44a|Tomato;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
radish (Raphanus sativus)305http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=305radish (Raphanus sativus)rany type of radish10 cm12.0000000000000GP0|#66f13051-cac2-44df-87d8-0a031e2922f3;L0|#066f13051-cac2-44df-87d8-0a031e2922f3|Radish;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
pea (Pisum sativum)307http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=307pea (Pisum sativum)pany type of pea20 cm4.00000000000000GP0|#7296bb3a-d142-4440-a88c-00f5b97175df;L0|#07296bb3a-d142-4440-a88c-00f5b97175df|Pea;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
spinach (Spinacia oleracea)306http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/PlanPlants/DispForm.aspx?ID=306spinach (Spinacia oleracea)sany type of spinach30 cm6.00000000000000GP0|#f4ef9b4d-b7a1-482d-b5cb-4c2a26813cdb;L0|#0f4ef9b4d-b7a1-482d-b5cb-4c2a26813cdb|Spinach;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df

drought tolerant / food / native / pollinator / wet tolerant / wildlife

 

 

Seasons Ticket31http://www.growgreenguide.ca/plans/Lists/GardenPlans/DispForm.aspx?ID=31Seasons Ticket<div class="ExternalClass3F638C1C2CB44793B205DC041B4DD814"><p>To properly maintain your garden, and for best results: </p><ul><li>When selecting food plants pick things that will thrive in the conditions you can provide. </li><li>Consider using raised garden beds, which help with drainage and have warmer soil earlier in the year, to help new plants grow more quickly. </li><li>Prepare the garden bed with good quality soil. </li><li>Apply 5 cm of well-rotted compost or manure annually in the spring (try not to pile it up around woody stems).</li><li>Growing from seed? Follow instructions on seed package for depth, spacing and thinning. </li><li>Using transplants? Follow instructions on plant ID tag. Dig a hole the depth of the plug (roots + soil) and gently remove plug from the container and place in hole. </li><li>Water only as needed. Ensure that the soil is moist but not saturated. Every few days, check the top inch of soil with your finger. If it feels dry, it is time to water. </li><li>Weeds will compete with your food plants. Remove small weeds and discard in the compost. </li><li>Each food plant has its own growing period and harvest time. Follow specific directions for each food crop.</li></ul> </div>

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