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Bed 13 - Pole Beans

EDIT THIS INSERT         My Lubbock 2013 Victory Garden    ---    Please e-Mail any ideas/comments
  Click on Bed # for List of Crops, etc
  Bed 1
Bed 2
Bed 3
Bed 4
Bed 5
Bed 6
Bed 7
Bed 8
Bed 9
Bed 10
Bed 11
Bed 12
Bed 13
Bed 14
Bed 15
Bed 16
Bed 17
Bed 18
Bed 19
Bed 20

Lubbock Victory Garden Layout         Planting Calendar        Crop Rotation Chart                 Jan's Victory Garden Journal-2013
Spring Planting Calendar             Fall Garden Planting Calendar       Month by Month Planting Schedule in Each Bed

Bed 13 - 2013
Spring-Plant Marigolds 03/01/13 to 04/01/13
Spring-Plant Nasturtiums 03/01/13 to 05/30/13
Spring-Plant Sunflowers 03/01/13 to 05/30/13
Spring-Plant Beans, Pole-Type (2+) 04/17/13 to 05/08/13
Spring-Plant Corn 04/17/13 to 05/22/13
Spring-Plant Muskmelon (Cantaloupe) 04/17/13 to 05/22/13
Summer Harvest Beans, Pole-Type (2+) 06/16/13 to 07/17/13
Summer Harvest Corn 06/26/13 to 08/20/13
Fall-Plant Muskmelon (Cantaloupe) 06/30/13 to 07/14/13
Summer Harvest Muskmelon (Cantaloupe) 07/11/13 to 08/30/13
Fall-Plant Corn 07/14/13 to 07/28/13
Fall Harvest Corn 09/22/13 to 10/26/13
Fall Harvest Muskmelon (Cantaloupe) 09/23/13 to 10/22/13

2013 Seeds Purchased

Planted March 15, 2013
  • Jewel Mix Color Nasturtiums (Ferry-Morse)
  • French Dwarf Double Mixed Marigolds (American Seed)

Plant during the 2nd Week of April:
  •  Summer Snack Hybrid Cantaloupe (Burpee)
  • Silver Queens Hybrid Sweet Corn (Ferry-Morse)
Plant during the 2nd Week of July:
  • Hale's Best Jumbo Muskmelon (Seeds of Change)
  • Early Golden Bantam C0rn (Urban Farmer)


Brassicas are heavy feeders.  Be sure to supply plenty of compost or decomposed manure.  They need lime, phosphorus & potash to excel.
Harvesting Broccoli:  When head is fully developed before Flower buds open.  Store broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower in refrigerator crisper soon after harvest.

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