Some of the disadvantages of using this tool are the following.
- This tool doesn't have the ability to label the images with text. It would be nice if I could put labels on the images because some of the images look alike, for example the image for swiss chard looks like spinach.
- It also doesn't show which vegetables are companion plants.
- Since they only show a selected list of vegetables, it would be great if they allow you to fill-in your own vegetable for the missing ones.
- It is free.
- It lets you save the garden designs you plan online.
- It's an easy to use drag and drop user interface. So it's pretty intuitive.
- It provides planting tips for each selected vegetable.
Top Left: Cucumbers, broccoli, swiss chard, brussel sprouts
Top Right: Pole beans, cauliflower, lettuce, radishes, marigolds, canteloupe melon
2nd Row Left: Tomatos
2nd Row Right: Beets, carrots, leeks, celery, spinach, eggplant
3rd Row Left: Snow peas, snap peas, okra, peppers, scallions
3rd Row Right: Parsnips, onions, scallions, kale, mustard greens
Last Row Left: Strawberry
Last Row Right: Radish, summer squash
raised beds outside of the picket fenced garden. In one of the beds, we planted hard neck garlic. The other bed, I think I want to do an herb garden. Right now I have herbs growing in pots, but I think I want to devote a whole bed to it, especially after seeing the one that Corner Gardener Sue has. Her herb garden is stunning! I have two more beds to put in behind the garlic and herb garden. We are not sure what we are growing in here yet. I'm open to ideas. It doesn't get sun all day, in the late afternoon it's pretty shady. What do you think we should grow in these beds?