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How to plan your ideal vegetable garden layout

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Planning our your vegatable garden layout before starting your garden can really help you create a truely successful garden.

If you give some thought to the layout of your garden before you start to dig, then you can make sure that you get the best layout for you. Many people just start by digging a bed without consideration for how they want the final garden to be laid out. Just a little forethought can help immensely. In this article, we go through the key points and steps to take when planning your garden layout.

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How to Change Plot Size or Dimensions

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VegPlotter's garden planner lets you plan a garden layout of anysize

VegPlotter's garden planning software lets you plan out a garden or any size and shape. Once you've created a new garden plot you can change the dimensions of the plan in the right-hand plot settings menu...

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How to Start a School Garden

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How to make your school garden a roaring success

School gardens can provide so much for a school. They get kids and teachers outside. They give variety to lessons. They can provide unique opportunities to engage children in other seemingly unrelated topics like maths, geometry, history and science. And they also can brighten up unused areas of the school grounds.

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What Veggies can I grow? New Zealand

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Need some inspiration on what Veggies to grow in your area?

A wide range of fruit and vegetable crops are grown in New Zealand. They include oranges, lemons, avocados and persimmons, which grow in the warm north. Berries, olives and nuts grow in cooler areas.

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What Veggies Can I Grow? Australia

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Need some inspiration on what Veggies to grow in your area?

Australia is huge and has a very diverse set of climates. In the US growing zone terms, climates range from USDA zones 7-12 across the continent. But Australia has its own hardiness zone rating system that differs from the US. The Australian system uses the lowest temperature for an area to create zones from 1 to 7.

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