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Good planning is essential to a successful vegetable garden. Vegetables have specific requirements, and you must choose your site carefully to ensure a bountiful harvest. Here are the basics you need to consider before you select your seeds.

Counter Height Garden Boxes 2 feet x 4 feet. Yes Please! Free Plans at Ana-White.com

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Grow vegetables in the front yard

I'm all about edible landscaping....check out these front yard raised beds from Sunset Magazine

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How to Plan a Vegetable Garden

Planning Your First Vegetable Garden

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Square Foot Gardening

Small veg garden ideas: The idea behind square foot gardening is to plant a variety of plants in a small amount of space. You'll have to put a little bit of money into constructing the raised beds and filling them with soil, but once you put in the work, you can get consistent organic vegetables

You put in your zip code, and it tells you what plants you should be planting now. You can even look ahead a few months to plan out your garden!

"Square Foot Gardening". I'm reading How to Grow More Vegetables, the latest edition of the GROW BIOINTENSIVE gardening movement. I have to read Square Foot Gardening, too. How else will I figure out what's the best for my space? *Nichole

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Grow a Healthy Vegetable Garden

The 576-square-foot plot produces veggies all summer for a family of four, with plenty left over to share. Tidy raised beds and gravel paths make it easy to care for. (Every spring when I am planting-- this is how it looks in my head:) love it!)