April...where we are now
So, to put it in perspective, my space is not large. It could be but for now I am concentrating on what is working out as far as what I have planted, what will be planted next and so forth. I also plan to weigh everything. Because I am like that. I want to know how many pounds of produce was yielded versus cost(last year I didn't do this and wished I had...you know just to see). I've heard planting potatoes is not worth it in a small garden. But I beg to differ. Last season, I grew in a very small bed probably around 10 lbs. From those 10lbs along with the squash and green beans also from our garden..I got at least 20 meals in the form of grill pockets. From picking to table our dinners took 30-35 mins. We ate fresh, healthy and loved it! I'm not re-inventing the wheel here, just saying. basically no matter how big or small your gardening space, with good planning you can grow in season veggies year round.