## How can I make my square garden more interesting?

A pergola walk, archway or even small tree avenue can do wonders for creating interest in the garden. Any vertical element you put in your garden will lead the eye to it and up, which makes a very flat dull garden a lot more interesting, as there is more to look at.

**How many beets are in a square foot garden?**

If using Square Foot Gardening, plant 9 to 16 per square depending on the variety.

**How deep should square foot garden be?**

6 inches

The soil in square foot gardens should be a minimum of 6 inches deep, but 12 inches is better to accommodate root crops such as carrots, potatoes and parsnips.

### How do you break up a small square garden?

8 ways to partition your garden using boundaries, borders and clever planting

- MAKE A DIVISION.
- USE CLIMBERS.
- CHOOSE SOME RUSTIC FENCING.
- USE HEDGES ON STILTS.
- ADD WEAVING INTEREST.
- TRAVEL UP THE WALL.
- EDIBLE SCREENS.
- USE GREEN BORDERS.

**How do you make a small square garden interesting?**

Add height, steps or levels to break up your square garden A more natural approach is also effective – a row of small trees or tall plants like delphiniums contrasted with low plants can create interest and intrigue.

**How do you plant a square foot garden?**

In square foot gardening, you plant things as close together as you can. Instead of long rows, you divide each garden bed into 1 foot by 1 foot squares, with one kind of crop in each square, spaced only as far apart as they need to be. Look at the back of a packet of seeds.

## How many square feet is your garden?

Determine the square footage of your garden area by multiplying the length by the width in feet. For example, if the length is 40 feet and the width is 60 feet, the total square footage of the garden is 2,400 square feet.

**How big is a garden?**

Normally, a garden of about 10 feet by 10 feet is considered to be manageable, provided your landscape permits the space. You should try sketching out a small diagram noting the area of each vegetable to be planted.

**Why is square foot gardening?**

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