Garden planner software

While contemplating how to create the layout of my garden this year, I stumbled upon GrowVeg.com I didn’t even bother looking for anything else, it’s exactly what I wanted, and more. The GrowVeg system lets you:

  • Create Plans: Quickly produce garden plans, add plants and change the layout. Either metric units or feet and inches are supported.
  • Growing information: Just click for full details of how to grow each plant, where to position them etc
  • Spacing and Crop Families: Clearly shown by the colored area around each vegetable
  • Personalized Planting Chart: Print a chart showing how many of each plant you require and when to sow, plant out and harvest them. Our advanced system works out the dates for your own area.
  • Reminder Emails: Reminds you what needs sowing and planting out in your garden (optional)
  • Easy Crop Rotation: Plan next year’s garden and it shows you where to avoid planting each vegetable

So not only can you create a map, you can organize where to put the plants based on family if you want, and it tells you when to start the seeds and transplant them if needed. You get a 30 day free trial, after that it’s $25/year, or $40 for 2 years. While the company is in the UK, the system is completely set up for you to enter your zip code and recieve customized planting date information. Try it!

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  1. Amy
    Amy says:

    Definitely =) I love the internet. Right after my family, it’s my most favorite thing in the world – without the ‘net I wouldn’t be the cook, gardener, photographer, web designer, parent or SHOPPER that I am LOL

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  2. software application development
    software application development says:

    Thanks for the great article! I was searching for a software like this for a long time. Creating garden plans, choosing places where I will plant my vegetables, it is absolutely amazing. Thank god I found this article. I am going to try it right now 🙂

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