Succession planting is a method of planting vegetables, herbs, and flowers that will increase crop availability throughout the growing season. By making efficient use of space and timing you can ensure near continual harvesting of your favorite garden goodies. Some rapid growing vegetables like baby leafy greens and radishes can be succession planted every 7 days. Other vegetables with longer days to maturity such as cucumbers and melons can be direct sown every 21 days.
Some of the plants more amenable to succession planting are listed below:
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