I am super duper over focused on the garden this year.
Here are the edits and links to the posts on them.
A few bush watermelons
Red, white, and green onions
Sugar Snap Peas
Rare and colorful tomatoes
Bird House Gourds
(fill cool crops with cilantro)
7 hills of corn, beans, and squash in the three sisters technique
Types of squash - butternut, spaghetti, luffa, gourds, white pumpkins
More to come on all this latter
LARGE sunflowers along the north side
Tons of cilantro, parsley, and spinach
It just sounds cool, so I have to say it a few times.
1. 9 blue berries
2. 9 MORE blue berries
Five different kinds, is that the way to go?
Four different kinds; yellow, two red, and black
4. Half the row in blackberries, the rest in soybeans
5. Half in asparagus the other half in for experimentation
Like Kaleidoscope carrots and other fun stuff
Newly added... (Josh's idea)
Two kinds of cantaloupe
Ananas (I really don't even know what this is, but I want to try it)
Random ones - Twice as Nice and Burpees Early
Three types of watermelon
One of them orange
(DEAR NICU - be excited because all the extras come to you)
MAYBE - a pumpkin patch far from the melons
What do you guys know about growing melons, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries? Those worry me the most.
Specifically but not limited to-
Can I mix the melons together in one patch?
What is the best spacing for melons?
Can I plant more than one kind of blueberry in a row?
If I plant the raspberries with plenty of spacing will they fill in themselves eventually?
Are thornless blackberries the way to go?