Summary of Spacing and Planning the Garden

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This YouTube video discusses how to space and plan a garden, with a focus on transplanting and succession planting. The presenter recommends using a standard garden bed size and dividing the space into rows, then counting the number of plants per foot. They also recommend planting more seeds than needed, as some will not germinate or will need to be thinned out.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, the speaker discusses how to plan a garden, focusing on spacing and transplanting. The speaker recommends using a standard garden bed size (30 inches), dividing the space into rows (1 by 2, 2 by 2, 3 by 3, and 4 by 4), and counting the number of plants per foot. The speaker also recommends planting successions, as it is better to have more plants than not enough.
  • 00:05:00 The presenter discusses spacing and planning the garden, advising that for vegetables such as radishes, which will require four rows on a bed, the spacing should be about 60 to 80 seeds per foot. For vegetables such as carrots, where more seeds will be needed due to the thinning process, the spacing will be about 100 seeds per foot.

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