By R. Sennett
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SPRING SUMMER FALL WINTER SOW HARVEST TIME TO HARVEST: 24–28 WEEKS SUITABLE FOR: BEDS, CONTAINERS, AND GROWING BAGS, UNDER COVER OR OUTSIDE 0 3ft 0 9ft 6ft 11 plants 3ft 9FT (3M) ROWS Plant 12in (30cm) apart GROWING BAGS 3 plants in each Getting started Eggplant are commonly raised from seed, but they can also be bought as young plants in spring. Grafted plants crop very heavily and consist of a named fruiting variety grafted onto the vigorous root system of another. These plants are available from mail order seed suppliers and nurseries.
SPRING SUMMER FALL WINTER SOW HARVEST TIME TO HARVEST: 24–28 WEEKS SUITABLE FOR: BEDS, CONTAINERS, AND GROWING BAGS—UNDER COVER OR OUTSIDE 0 3ft 6ft 0 9ft 11 plants 3ft GROWING BAGS 3 plants in each 9FT (3M) ROWS Plant out 12in (30cm) apart Sowing under cover Chili peppers need a long growing season and should be sown under cover in early spring. Fill small pots or seed trays with seed compost, water well, and allow to drain. Sow the seed, water again, and place the trays or pots in a heated propagator set at 68–75°F (20–24°C).
218–219) ■ Swiss chard pages 124–125 Asian greens pages 120–121 Fall raspberries pages 202–203 Lettuce pages 112–115 Shallots pages 156–157 Plums pages 218–219 46 Planning your plot The family plot There are plenty of delicious fruits and vegetables on the family shopping list that can easily be grown in the garden: a 10x10ft (3x3m) plot can provide you with a range of fresh crops, and many will grow in containers too, if space is tight. Consider giving each family member responsibility for a speciﬁc section or crop since this will encourage friendly rivalry that may result in a better-maintained garden.