Garden Plans > 2017: Greenhouse Plan



About this Garden Plan

Welcome to Eastside gardens. This is a school garden that focuses on growning vegetables outside and seedlings inside the greenhouse.

Plan Type, Soil and Location

Garden Location: San Jose, California
Garden Size: 61' 5" x 33' 4"
Garden Type: Community garden
Garden Layout: Raised Beds
Sun or Shade: Sunny
Garden Soil Type: Light / Sandy soil

Plan Notes

Garden Plan

Plant List

 PlantNumberSpacingSpacing in RowsNotes
Agastache 111"11" x 11" 
Apricot (Dwarf) 19' 10"9' 10" x 9' 10"Feed with balanced organic fertilizer in early spring. Keep the area beneath apricots mulched with wood chips, straw, or another mulch that helps maintain soil moisture. Prune in spring or mid to late summer in the cool climates. Elsewhere prune apricots in late winter. Healthy apricot trees will bear for ten to fifteen years or more.
Artichoke (Globe) 22' 11"2' 11" x 2' 11" 
Beans (Bush Snap) 149"5" x 1' 1"Can also be harvested in Feb. and March
Broccoli 51' 5"1' 5" x 1' 5"Can also be transplanted in Jan.
Brussels Sprouts 41' 11"1' 11" x 1' 11" 
Buckwheat 923"3" x 3" 
Cabbage (Spring) 31' 11"1' 11" x 1' 11"Will not harvest April and May
Carrot 163"3" x 5"The guide says that you can also plant them between the months of January and Febuary
Cauliflower 51' 7"1' 5" x 1' 11"Also be transplanted Jan. and Feb
Cherry (Dwarf) 19' 10"9' 10" x 9' 10"Cherries benefit from a mulch of well-rotted organic matter and a feed with a balanced organic fertilizer in spring. Many sweet cherries need to be grown with at least one other flowering at a similar time for pollination, but many tart cherries are self-fertile. Prune in late winter to shape trees and removed damaged branches. Healthy cherry trees will bear for twenty years or more.
Chili Pepper 61' 1"11" x 1' 3" 
Corn 121' 1"11" x 1' 5" 
Crowder Peas 585"5" x 1' 1" 
Fenugreek 845"5" x 5" 
Flower 27"5" x 7" 
Garlic 135"3" x 9" 
Grape Vine 14' 11"4' 11" x 4' 11"After harvesting prune the bush back to three buds. Vines can gradually be trained up a support system. Harvest fruit when ripe, thinning a few out beforehand to allow others to swell.
Kale 71' 3"1' 1" x 1' 5" 
Lavender 91' 3"1' 1" x 1' 7" 
Lettuce (Leaf) 1143"3" x 5"Can also be transplanted Jan and Feb
Marigold
 Sweet Mace or Mexican Mint
637"7" x 7"Can also plant in Feb
Onions (Red) 525"3" x 7" 
Pepper 71' 1"11" x 1' 3" 
Radish 273"3" x 7" 
Raspberry 12' 3"1' 11" x 2' 11"After harvesting cut the canes down to ground level, leaving any new shoots.
Rose 22' 11"1' 11" x 4' 11" 
Soybeans 1205"5" x 5" 
Spinach 127"7" x 11" 
Sunflower 3011"11" x 11" 
Tomato (Large) 21' 7"1' 5" x 1' 11" 

Recommended Planting Times for this Location

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