Vegetable Planner Template

Hi Welcome to our new vegetable garden design page. Gardeners Supply Kitchen based in America has given us permission for our customers in the UK to use their garden planning software on their website.

This is the link to their site for you to use the planner. Kitchen Garden Planner

Below is an example of how your plan will look (there are gridlines on the original) and the information it gives you

REMEMBER. It is an American site so there will be some differences such as planting times etc may differ for the UK climate so check with UK guides for those also any links on their will obviously be for American Sites . But hopefully you will find it a useful tool in planning your veg patch and some useful information

Also the following names are different :

Arugula - is Rocket

Bok Choi - is Pak Choi

Cilantro - is Coriander

Collards - is Spring Greens

Eggplants - is Aubergines

Rutabaga - is Swede if you in England or Turnips in Scotland

 

 


Cauliflower
Cauliflower, (1)
Brussels
brussels sprouts, (1)
Broccoli
broccoli, (1)
Cabbage
cabbage, (1)
Kale
collard, (2)
Kohlrabi
kohlrabi, (4)
Rutabagas
rutabagas, (4)
Turnips
turnips, (9)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Cauliflower
Cauliflower, (1)
Brussels
brussels sprouts, (1)
Broccoli
broccoli, (1)
Cabbage
cabbage, (1)
Kale
collard, (2)
Kohlrabi
kohlrabi, (4)
Rutabagas
rutabagas, (4)
Turnips
turnips, (9)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Cauliflower
Cauliflower, (1)
Brussels
brussels sprouts, (1)
Broccoli
broccoli, (1)
Cabbage
cabbage, (1)
Kale
collard, (2)
Kohlrabi
kohlrabi, (4)
Rutabagas
rutabagas, (4)
Turnips
turnips, (9)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Cauliflower
Cauliflower, (1)
Brussels
brussels sprouts, (1)
Broccoli
broccoli, (1)
Cabbage
cabbage, (1)
Kale
collard, (2)
Kohlrabi
kohlrabi, (4)
Rutabagas
rutabagas, (4)
Turnips
turnips, (9)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Cauliflower
Cauliflower, (1)
Brussels
brussels sprouts, (1)
Broccoli
broccoli, (1)
Cabbage
cabbage, (1)
Kale
collard, (2)
Kohlrabi
kohlrabi, (4)
Rutabagas
rutabagas, (4)
Turnips
turnips, (9)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Potatoes
potatoes, (2)
Cauliflower

Cauliflower

  • Start seedlings indoors ¼ to 1/2″ deep five to six weeks before last spring frost.
  • Transplant into garden after frost.
  • Spacing: one plant per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 50 to 80 days from transplant. Somewhat frost-hardy.
  • Hints: Don't disturb roots when transplanting; keep evenly moist.
Learn more about Cauliflower in our vegetable encyclopedia

Brussels

Brussels Sprouts

  • Start seedlings 1/4″ deep indoors six weeks before last spring frost.
  • Transplant into garden soon after the last spring frost.
  • Spacing: one per sq. ft. Plant early season crops nearby to give Brussels sprouts more space later in season.
  • Very frost-hardy. Harvest after frost for best flavor.
  • Days to harvest: 90 to 110.
  • Hint: Cut off growing tip of plants a month before fall frost to get bigger sprouts.
Learn more about Brussels Sprouts in our vegetable encyclopedia

Broccoli

Broccoli

  • Sow seeds 1/4″ deep indoors, six weeks before last spring frost.
  • Transplant into garden when seedlings have two sets of leaves.
  • Spacing: one plant per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 50 to 70 days from transplant. Frost-hardy.
  • Plant a second broccoli crop eight weeks before first fall frost.
  • Hint: Row covers are an effective control for cabbage worms.
Learn more about Broccoli in our vegetable encyclopedia

Cabbage

Cabbage

  • Sow seeds indoors 1/4″ deep eight weeks before last frost or outdoors four weeks before last frost.
  • Transplant seedlings into garden four weeks before last spring frost
  • Spacing: one per sq. ft.
  • Start seeds for fall crop in early summer.
  • Days to harvest: 60 to 105 days, depending on variety. Frost-hardy.
  • Hint: Plants prefer cool weather. Hot temperatures can cause heads to split.
Learn more about Cabbage in our vegetable encyclopedia

Kale

Kale

  • Sow seeds 1/2″ deep indoors eight weeks before last frost or in garden six weeks before last frost.
  • Transplant seedlings into garden up to six weeks before last frost. Very frost-hardy.
  • Spacing: two plants per sq. ft. Can be planted midsummer wherever early crops are removed.
  • Kale continues to grow and produce leaves until late fall.
  • Days to harvest: 60 days. Very frost-hardy.
  • Hint: Kale can be grown in part shade. It needs plenty of moisture, so mulch well.
Learn more about Kale in our vegetable encyclopedia

Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi

  • Sow seeds directly in garden four weeks before last spring frost; in South plant in late winter or early fall. Plant 1/2″ deep.
  • Spacing: Sow 2″ apart; thin to four plants per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 40. Storage variety Kossack requires 80 days.
  • Hint: A fast-growing crop. Replant area after harvest with Florence fennel, bush beans, Swiss chard or beets.
Learn more about Kohlrabi in our vegetable encyclopedia

Rutabagas

Rutabagas

  • Sow seeds directly in garden four to six weeks before last frost.
  • Spacing: Sow extra seed and thin to four plants per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 90 to 95, depending on variety.
  • Hint: Harvest rutabagas after a couple of frosts.
Learn more about Rutabagas in our vegetable encyclopedia

Turnips

Turnips

  • Sow seeds directly in garden four to six weeks before last frost.
  • Spacing: nine plants per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 40 to 50 days, depending on variety.
  • Tip: Replant turnips in midsummer for fall harvest.
Learn more about Turnips in our vegetable encyclopedia

Potatoes

Potatoes

  • Plant 1-1/2″ chunks 4″ deep, two weeks before last frost or when soil reaches 50 degrees F.
  • Purchase seed potatoes or use organic potatoes that were not treated to resist sprouting.
  • In South, plant in fall for winter crop. Not frost-hardy.
  • Spacing: one to three plants per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 55 to 90 days. Harvest anytime after flowering and before frost.
Learn more about Potatoes in our vegetable encyclopedia