Herb + Vegetable Planting Matrix .pdf

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Herb
Basil Thai

Genus
Ocimum
basilicum

Site
Full Sun,
Part Shade

Soil
Fertile

Moisture
Moist but
well-drained
(mesic)

Chives Garlic

Allium
tuberosum

Full Sun,
Part Shade

Fertile; 6.06.5 soil pH

Moist but
well-drained
(mesic)

Cilantro Slow
Bolt

Coriandrum
sativum

Full Sun

Loose,
sandy loam

Moderate

Dill
Anethum
Greensleeves Graveolens

Full Sun,
Part Shade

Fertile,
Neutral

WellDrained

Eggplant

Solanum
melongena

Full Sun

Rich garden
loam;
neutral soil
pH

Moist but
well-drained
(mesic)

Lettuce Mix

Lactuca
sativa

Full Sun,
Part Shade

Petroselinum Full Sun,
crispum
Part Shade

Peppers
Sweet

Capsicum
annuum

Very warm
sunny
position

Moist;
frequent,
light
watering;
watering
fact sheet
Moist but
well-drained
(mesic)
Welldrained

After last
frost

Parsley Curly

Rich garden
loam;
supplement
with
nitrogen,
calcium
Fertile nonacidic

Radishes
Long Scarlet

Raphanus
sativus

Full Sun

WellDrained

Strictly a
seed-grown
crop

Rosemary

Rosmarinus
officinalis

Full Sun; 34" below
plant lights
16 hrs/day,
off 8 hrs
6-12 hrs Full
Sun summer
heat to ripe

Droughttolerant;
suitable for
xeriscaping

Seedlings
will emerge
in 14-21
days

Moist but
well-drained
(mesic)

Indoors 5-7
weeks prior
last frost

Tomato
White
Wonder

Solanum
lycopersicum

Fertile, light
sandy soil;
4.3-8.3 soil
pH
Loam;
neutral pH
Light
(sandy) &
medium
(loamy);
acid pH
Mediumrich loam;
6.0-6.7 soil
pH

Sow
April under
cover, or
June plant
warm nights
Feb-Mar
under cover
or Apr-Aug
plant
Spring or
Fall
Mid-spring
to midsummer
Summer (or
Fall in
tropical)

Feb-Jul
Early spring
in a warm
greenhouse

Harvest
6-8 weeks;
5-10 days to
germination
2-3 months

45 days; 721 days to
germination
6-8 weeks;
7-42 days to
germination
16-24
weeks;
toxicity:
leaves are
poisonous
5-6 weeks
baby
greens; seed
to salad
bowl in 6-8
weeks
When leaf
stems have
3 segments
3-4 wks to
germinate
25-50 days;
seeds may
be saved for
4 yrs
12 weeks
seeds to
finished
plugs
55-105
days;
tomato
problems


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