Thank you for being a Rooted Garden client. Please select the plants you'd like installed and provide a note if you'd like more or less of any one plant.  

Thanks again for growing with Rooted Garden


Spring Plant Preferences 

March to May 


Nightshades

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Tomatoes

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hot pepper

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Eggplant

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Sweet pepper

Cucurbit

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cucumber 

cantelope

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squash

watermelon

zucchini

Legumes

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Bush beans

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pole beans

Alliums

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onion chives

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garlic chives

Brassica 

arugula 

radish

Grass

corn 

lemongrass



Summer Plant Preferences

June to August 


Nightshade

Tomatillos

hot pepper

eggplant

sweet pepper

Cucurbit

suyo cucumber

cateloupe

summer squash

luffa gourd

zucchini

Legumes

southern peas

asparagus bean

peanut

Alliums

onion chives 

garlic chives

Brassica

Arugula

 

Grass

corn

lemongrass

Hibiscus

okra

roselle

cotton

Herbs

mint

basil

Basella 

malabar spinach

 

Morning Glory 

Sweet Potato (by 6/15)

 

Fall Plant Preferences

September - November 


Nightshades


tomatoes 

sweet pepper

Goosefoot

swiss chard

spinach 

beets

Cucurbit

(before 9/15)

Cucumber 

squash

zucchini

Legumes

Bush beans

Pole beans

fava beans

Alliums

onion chives

garlic chives

multiplying onion

Aster

(after 9/15)

buttercrunch

romaine

red lettuce

Brassica

Arugula

kale

radish

broccoli (after 9/15)

mustard

Cauliflower (after 9/15)

Umbellifer

carrot

parsley

dill

cilantro


Winter Plant Preferences


Nightshades

tomatoes(after 2/15)

potatoes  (after 2/15)

Goosefoot 

swiss chard

beets

spinach

Legumes

sugar snap peas

snow peas

Alliums

onion chives

garlic

garlic chives

leeks

bulb onion

Brassica

arugula

broccoli 

mustard

radish

cauliflower

collard

kale

cabbage

Year Round Plant Preferences



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Tomatoes
Tomatoes require weekly pruning & fertilizing and also must grow on a trellis.
Peppers
Peppers require weekly fertilizing & pruning
Legumes
Bush beans can do well in this time of year as long as they get good sunlight.
Cucurbit
Lettuces
Weather is warming quickly but there is time to have some lettuce grow. Depending on availability, crops will be started with seed or young plants. Within 45 days of seed planting, you should be harvesting lettuces regularly.
Herbs
Cilantry, Parsley and Dill are cool weather herbs and will become available again in the early fall
Flowers
Flowers bring bees and butterflies to the garden. Please specify if you have color prefernces.
Please note any particular preferences here