Grey Duck Garlic sells organic gourmet seed garlic

Garden Seed Planting Guide

 

Do you like to garden? The vegetable growing chart below is designed to help you calculate the seed spacing, row spacing, seed planting depth and soil temperature needed for successful garden planting. HILL indicates that vegetable seeds should be planted on a mounded pile of soil or hill.


Grey Duck Garlic, Garden Seed Planting Guide
Created by Jane and Susan Fluegel

Vegetables

Planting Depth (inches)

Space in Rows (inches)

Space Between Rows (inches)

Soil Min Temp ºF

Soil Ideal Temp ºF

arugula 1/4 4 18 50 65-85
bush bean 1 3-4 24-36 60 60-80
pole bean 1 3-4 24-36 60 60-80
beet 1/2 2.5 12-18 40 60-85
broccoli 1/4 24-30 20 50 65-85
cabbage 1/2 24-30 24-36 40 55-95
carrot 1/2 1 12-18 40 60-85
cauliflower 1/4 30 24-36 40 55-80
cantaloupe 1 2 HILL 6 feet 60 75-95
collards 1/4 12 30-36 50 65-85
sweet corn 1 10-14 24-36 60 60-95
cucumber 1 4 4 60 65-95
leaf lettuce 1/8 3-6 12-18 35 40-80
Romaine lettuce 1/8 1 12-18 35 40-80
onions 1/2 2 12-18 40 50-95
peas 1-2 1-2 3 40 50-75
peppers 1/4 18 18-24 60 70-90
pumpkins 1 2-3 HILL 3-6 60 70-90
radish 1/4 2 12-18 40 55-85
radicchio 1/8 8-10 12-18 50 60-85
spinach 1/2 2 12-18 35 45-65
squash, summer 1 2-3 HILL 36-48 60 70-90
squash, winter 1 2-3 HILL 36-48 60 70-90
swiss chard 1/2 3-6 12-18 40 50-85
tomatoes 1/4 2-3 24-36 50 60-85
watermelon 1 2-3 HILL 6 feet 60 75-95

 

 

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Grey Duck Garlic is certified organicWhy We Are Certified Organic

We don't just say we grow organically, we are certified Organic. This means our farm and operating procedures are inspected, approved and certified Organic by Washington State's Department of Agriculture. Sure it takes us extra time and work to meet Washington's strict organic requirements, but we think it is worth it for our peace of mind. Growing organically requires more than not using pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. Grey Duck Garlic has sustainable growing practices that improve our soil, create habitat for wildlife, and leave the land better than when we started farming. We take the time to certify our farm so you know you are getting the very best organic berries and produce.