Garden Plans

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Get inspired with these garden plans for vegetables, herbs, and fruit!

Nothing beats having great examples of garden plans from which to learn and to get inspired.

For this issue, we’ve handpicked some great garden plans created by—guess who?—our own Almanac gardeners!

Whether your garden is small or large, shady or sunny, dry or normal, using beds or containers, we have the perfect garden plan for any size yard.

Garden Plans
 

Garden Plans: Backyard and Family Gardens

There's nothing like growing fresh vegetables, herbs, and fruit right outside your home!
See plans for backyard and family gardens.
 

Garden Plans: Small Gardens

Maximize your harvest and minimize waste with a great garden plan.
See plans for small gardens.

 

Garden Plans: Partial-Shade

Most vegetables love sun, so know which will tolerate some shade.
See garden plans for partial shade.

 

Garden Plans: Dry Garden

Irrigation and aquaponics are great for drought and desert areas—and simply water-wise.
See garden plans for dry gardens.

 

Square-Foot Garden Plans

Follow the SFG practice with raised "boxes" that can be densely planted for multiple harvests.
See square-foot garden plans.

 

Kitchen Garden Plans (Potagers)

Imagine growing fruits and vegetables right outside your kitchen door.

See our kitchen garden plans.

 

Find More Garden Plans

We have highlighted sample plans here, however, you can find hundreds of garden plans using our Almanac Garden Planner tool—which will customize your planting and harvesting dates! Try a 30-day free trial of the Almanac Garden Planner here.

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Comments

I live in zone 7. When

By janetta booker

I live in zone 7. When should I plant potatoes?

Please see our Planting Guide

By Almanac Staff

Please see our Planting Guide which is customized to zip code here: http://www.almanac.com/gardening/planting-dates

I love this program. It was a

By idosew

I love this program. It was a move into the 21st century for me. After 37 years of growing my own food with paper records I took a chance with total satisfaction. My garden is complicated and this makes it simple.

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