Good news for everyone who’s been procrastinating on the garden planting! I’ve turned my popular square foot gardening cheat sheets into printable mini-books. Because taking your laptop or tablet out to the garden really isn’t a good idea. Now you have no excuses.
Square Foot Gardening (SFG) is a great technique for growing a lot of produce in very little space. That means less time spent building raised beds, less soil to buy or shovel, less weeding and watering, and more eating delicious fresh vegetables. The typical SFG bed is just 4’x4′, and one or two beds is plenty for most folks.
Of course, if you want the authoritative text on SFG, check out the books by Mel Bartholomew, who pioneered the system. You can find them at your local independent bookstore or your public library.
And you can still get the original cheat sheets right here. Just click on each image or link to download, save, and print the PDF files.
There’s lots more information in my mini-books. Check them out at shop.plantandplate.com!