Simple Vegetable Garden Plans
Here are the vegetable garden plans:
1. Raised Garden Bed Gardening Plans
These plans are amazing. The reason is that they take each raised garden bed into account and lay it all out to scale.
Then you can see that they incorporate the purpose of each vegetable as well. For instance, you’ll see they are growing multiple beds of tomatoes.
However, they label the tomatoes that are meant for sauce, the tomatoes meant for sandwiches (or slicers), and also incorporate the other vegetables they plan to grow in smaller amounts.
Which is why this thorough layout would be a great place to start if you are planning on gardening in raised beds this year.
2. Pallet Garden Plan
If you want to grow a smaller garden, then you might want to consider this method. You have one raised garden bed.
Then you put a pallet on the backside of the bed to allow vegetables to grow up it for support. This should be a frugal option as well.
From there, you’ll need to know how to make the most of your garden bed. This layout gives you a square for each vegetable grown.
As you can see, you can have quite a variety of vegetables growing in one bed. This would be an excellent option for those who live in suburban areas with smaller yards.