I sat down this Saturday and worked out what I would plant where, including my Greenstalk planters.
Did you know that you can plant CORN in a Greenstalk?!? I’m super excited about the options involved.
A lovely person in the Greenstalk Facebook page came up with a chart for laying out what you planted in each spot, and I’ll be using that later when I actually plant, but here’s the rough.
For the existing raised beds along the driveway:
LOOOOOOOTS of tomatoes.
Then the straw beds I’ll be putting in on the other side of the driveway:
I’m looking at putting some of my amaranth and such in them, only on the side closest to the driveway so they don’t shade the potatoes.
The Greenstalks! I have seven. The planting is split by tier, 1 the lowest, 7 the highest:
The other page:
And then the chart someone posted on the Greenstalk Facebook page:
It’s under files on their official page – not mine to share! But if you have this style of stacked pot, would be useful to you!
I have a LOT of seeds now, and I’ve been keeping them in photo storage cases since they’re JUST the right size for seed packets.
I can store the plans right on top of them.
There’s sixteen in each, rainbow shades in this one and blue/green/purples in the other:
And to give you an idea of the size:
The containers weren’t terribly expensive, and this is an easy way to store seeds needly.
What are your garden plans?