A Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet [infographic]

By on 19th June in Featured, Home & Garden

We are right in the middle of vegetable-planting season, the sun is shining, and we’ve wanted to grow our own veg for a while now, but the thought of knowing where to plant them, how far apart the different vegetables should be, and how long they need to grow can become daunting if you plan on doing more that one at a time.

Infographic and embed code below. Click here to download the vegetable growing cheat sheet for print and mobile.

Lucky for us all, we’ve been working on a solution to this problem. Good to be Home’s downloadable Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet is a complete chart of all the vegetables you may want to grow this summer.

10 Things this Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet will show you

  1. When to plant
  2. How far apart to plant seeds
  3. What needs propagating
  4. What needs to be in a greenhouse
  5. What size pot to plant in
  6. Distance to thin seedlings out to
  7. Germination & maturation times
  8. Which pests to look out for
  9. What veg works best together
  10. When to harvest!

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Click here to download the vegetable growing cheat sheet for print and mobile.

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  • borntobuild

    Very cool & useful tool. I am assuming this was created for a particular zone, so I am wondering if it will be useful for me (Zone 9a) as well?

  • mattmccarnan

    Is there a parallel infographic for growing common varieties of berries?

  • http://brettjanes.com Brett Janes

    This was created for the UK specifically, so the veg names and seasons may be a little out, however the companion planting guide will still be relevant to you. Thanks for letting us know you liked it, and if we get a chance to do similar for the US, I’ll let you know!

  • http://brettjanes.com Brett Janes

    There isn’t yet, but it would be great to see one like that in the future!

  • http://mysurvivalgarden.com/ Mark Halpern

    I really like this infographic, very useful for gardening beginners! I think I’m going to post it on my blog, http://mysurvivalgarden.com. Thanks for making it.

  • http://www.insideonline.co.uk Andy Coops

    Thanks for sharing the love Mark!

  • sfg4u

    This is brilliant. Thank you. I especially like the companion planting graphic. I am sharing on my FB page (Square Foot Gardening 4 U) with credit to you of course. Since most of my followers are in the US I have warned them that the “when to plant” may be skewed, that spacing is in centimeters and that it’s formatted for A4 paper, but this info is so useful no matter where you live. :)

  • eloise

    What growing zone is this? Certainly not Colorado. Can the dates be extrapolated?

  • Pat Ross

    Love this chart design so much, I want it in poster form. Is this a possibility now or in the future?

  • http://www.insideonline.co.uk Andy Coops

    Hi Pat, there is a link under the infographic above that will take you to the printable poster versions. Enjoy.

  • nicole

    Check out the USDA Hardiness Zone Map for equivalents in the US. UK is mainly zone 8 (-7 to -12 C). 9a is warmer so expect growing season to move up 1-3 weeks. USDA map is available here: http://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/#

  • http://www.insideonline.co.uk Andy Coops

    Thanks for sharing the love sfg4u!

  • http://www.insideonline.co.uk Andy Coops

    Thanks Nicole, I’m sure our friends across the pond will find this very useful!

  • Luana Hiebert

    This is a great chart! I would like to print it out in its entirety, but when I used download and print button , the resulting PDF did not include the information about growing veggies in pots. That is what I need to do, would love to be able to print that out, as well. What to do?