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Gardening Grid

Print out this handy gardener's grid and use it to draw plans for new garden plots on your property. Mark out rows of which types of vegetables, shrubs or flowering plants you wish to plant. Consider the size and heights of the mature plants when laying out your new garden beds and allow room for plant growth. Finally, determine the amount of vegetable seed of each type, or the number of ornamental plants you will need to purchase.

Once you have your plan sketched out, use our website resources below to get started with your garden:

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