Succession Planting using the Garden Planner

July 3, 2013

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Succession Planting is where you grow more than one crop in the same area of ground during different parts of the year. The Garden Planner helps you to organize succession planting by enabling you to view your plan for different months, showing which vegetables herbs and fruit are in the ground at a given time.

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can't get my planner

Hi there, been using the garden planner for over 6 years. Seems you have changed your website and now I need flash. Therefore I can't open the plan I made in the fall for this spring. Please help!

Garden Planner help

Hi Andrea. The Garden Planner for PC and Mac has always run on Flash, but many browsers now require you to enable Flash in your browser to use it. If you're not sure how to do this please contact the Garden Planner team directly by clicking on the Contact button at the top of the Garden Planner page (letting us know which computer operating system and browser you're using) and we'll be able to advise further.

Alternatively, if you're using the Garden Planner app this will only run on iPads and iPhones.


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