Have you dug up your winter kale and beets yet? No, me neither, but if you have another piece of garden that is not already occupied and ready to be turned under and planted directly, then you will not regret planting these seeds. An amazing amount will fit into a small space. I have a 3' X 16' plot, and am only using 6' of it for this plan.
The Farmers Almanac has a companion planting reference to enhance the greatness of the intensive garden plan. And my favorite The Essential Urban Farmer by Novella Carpenter and Willow Rosenthal gave insight on techniques for planting things so closely, enjoy.
Order your seeds today and don't forget the floating row covers! They keep the moisture in, the bugs out, and the seeds are already sprouting in the first week. I am not affiliated with these vendors, but I know you can count on them, received all my supplies quickly and successfully from these guys.
Seeds from Johnny's Seeds, Radish, Carrot, Snap Pea, Onion, Lettuce
Floating row cover from Henry Field's.
They sell a nice small piece for the smaller gardens (61" X 25')
|Floating Row Cover, just lay over the planted area|
|Radishes already sprouting|