Succession Planting Guide
Do you succession plant? If not, you are missing out on keeping your garden as productive as you can. Succession planting is the simple act of always planting new items in the garden so that when your current plants start to slow on production, you can replant new ones. We understand it can be overwhelming to organize for beginning gardeners. That is why we created this amazing and easy to use succession planting excel guide. Download it today!
This guide was made with gardeners of zones 9 and 10 in mind, but it can be manipulated to help gardeners in ANY zone plant a thriving and productive garden. Simply change the first planting date to reflect the first frost-free days for your particular region. For example, if you are planting a garden in Kansas, you may want to change the first planting of beets to 5/1/2020. You can find data on the first frost-free days of your region with the Farmers Almanac.