, and note whether it’s an edible (if you want to keep your veggies separate from the rest of the garden), and whether it’s a plant that grows tall (high), stays relative short (low) or is a groundcover.
Identify each plant’s sunlight and soil requirements; the resources in
page, filtered to just show you a subset of your plants, and you can enter your planned locations on any of these tables ー the locations you’ve chosen will all show up in your master table. Here’s how we’d suggest using the planning pages:
If you need to sequester the toxic-to-dog plants, decide on which area(s) of your yard will be fenced off from the dog. Use the
to see if you have a nice mix of groundcover, short (low) plants and tall (high) plants in each part of your yard. If there are are areas that have too many or too few plants, or the wrong mix of heights, use the