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How Much Do I Plant?

"How much do I plant?" That's a common question. The perfect-sized garden yields all the tomatoes and other vegetables that you need and some extra to share with friends. Please use this guide of how much you can expect to harvest from a 10 foot row to help you determine exactly how much of your favorites to plant.

A large garden can feed a family with more to donate or share with friends.

"How much do I plant?" That's a common question. The perfect-sized garden yields all the tomatoes and other vegetables that you need and some extra to share with friends. Please use this guide of how much you can expect to harvest from a 10 foot row to help you determine exactly how much of your favorites to plant.

Vegetable

Beans (lima), bush, pole: 2 pounds (shelled), 2 pounds (shelled)

Beans (snap), bush, pole: 3 pounds, 4 pounds

Cantaloupe: 3 to 6 melons; more with bush types

Corn: 10 to 20 ears

Cucumbers: 15 cucumbers; more with bush types

Eggplant: 10 to 20 eggplants

Okra: 3 to 6 pounds

Peas, Southern: 1 pound (shelled)

Peppers: 6 pounds (40 peppers)

Potatoes, Sweet: 7 pounds

Pumpkin: 1 to 3 pumpkins

Squash: 7 to 10 pounds; more with bush types

Tomatoes: 8 to 20 pounds

Watermelon: 1 to 2 melons; more with bush types

Cool Season

Asparagus: 4 to 5 pounds

Beets: 6 to 10 pounds

Broccoli: 4 to 6 pounds

Cabbage: 5 to 8 heads

Carrots: 60 carrots

Cauliflower: 6 heads

Collards: 5 to 15 pounds

Greens, Gourmet: 5 to 10 pounds

Kale: 5 pounds

Lettuce: 5 to 10 pounds

Mustard: 4 to 10 pounds

Onions: 8 to 10 pounds

Peas, English: 3 to 4 pounds

Potatoes, Irish: 15 pounds

Radishes: 60 to 120 radishes

Spinach: 5 to 10 pounds

Swiss Chard: 5 to 8 pounds

Turnips: 5 pounds greens, 150 roots