Strawberry and Herb Garden Plan

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Right off my kitchen entrance I have a 20’X5′ raised garden bed.
 I plan on using it for fresh herb and strawberries.
After using the free grow veg program I realized I had room to squeeze a few more things into the mix.
The strawberries are already planted and I will sew the carrot and radish seeds today.
I will just be waiting for my heirloom herb plants to be delivered.
I am in love with this program.  Not only is it supper easy to use it lets you know how much planting space everything needs.
I hate it when I head off to the garden center and come home with more plants than I have space for.  Not only is it a waste of money, but the plants don’t produce well if they are over crowded.  

There are several free programs out there, so go give one a try! You will be glad you did and it is so fun to play with.



  1. says

    I love the way you mixed flowers with your herbs…and you’ve included lavender which is my all time favorite. I can’t wait to see how it looks in real life. I checked out the program and it looks interesting. Make sure and take lots of pics! Hope all is well with you and that you have a wonderful weekend. ~Ann

  2. says

    WoW How neat is that garden going to be. I can’t wait to see the pictures of your plants as they develop and then hear the stories of all your tasty meals. Oh and the pretty flower photos, too!

  3. says

    Very cool! I always end up with lots more than I intended to buy. 🙂

    I’m sure you’ll have a bountiful harvest of lots of fun thing!

    Happy Gardening.

  4. says

    Oh- What a great idea! I never would have thought of doing that- You are so smart. I can’t wait to see the plan versus the real garden when you are done planting. xo Diana

  5. says

    Wow, that is a large bed. We built a 10 x 4 one last Saturday. So far we have tomatoes planted, but I need to go get some more things. I will have to check this site out.

  6. says

    I love that you mix flowers with your veggies. I always add marigolds ( to keep the bugs down) xo

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