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Planting order help
I have never planted an actual garden. I usually just plant things where they are safe from the lawn mower.
This year I get to have an actual garden and need help with what order I put the plants in.
I'm guessing I go from low to high but am not sure on which gets higher out of these 3.
Thanks for any help.
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Peas grow in late spring, early summer. I replace my pea patch with green beans once I'm tired of picking peas! HAHA
Tomatoes can be grown on the ground or in tomato cages. I prefer the cages, as the tomatoes have less bug damage on them.
These three veggies grow very well. How large is the area you're planting, and how many tomato plants are you planting?
As far as tomatoes go I have 12 plants started in an egg carton. I'll probably just do the healthiest out of those then wait a month or so and start some new plants so I can string them out some.
I mainly just wanted to know if beans and peas grow taller than tomatoes. I don't want them blocking the sun.
Peas and beans do well on trellis's. I replace the peas with beans, once they're done growing. If you grow the veggies on the ground, you can do rows of peas, beans, then tomatoes.
Are you using tomato cages or growing them on the ground? If you use cages, teh tomatoes will grow higher than the cages, if you grow them on the ground, they will go all over the place! Hahaha
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