Different plants need different amounts of space to grow. Use this grid to design a garden for these plants, make sure to give each plant the right amount of space listed in these instructions. Think about how far apart each plant should be, and how big the rows between each kind of plant should be.
Tip: do not glue your plants onto the grid until you have finished planning where to put all your plants in your garden. You do not have to use all of the plant pictures.
During hard times in the past, people grew “Victory Gardens” to provide enough food. Watch this news report to see how this is popular again with some people today.
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