|Crops that grow well in these systems. (all numbers are approximate since every system have slight differences)|
|Picture||Description||Temperature Range||Sunlight Needs||Plant Density|
With the variety of colors, shapes and flavors available, your salads may never be the same.
|60F – 70F||Full Sun – Part Shade||6 Per Bed|
Grown for its tasty and nutritious leaves and leafstalks, chard is a good substitute for spinach in most recipes.
|65F – 85F||Full Sun – Part Shade||8 Per Bed|
This cool-season crop is very flavorful.
|55F – 75F||Full Sun||6 Per Bed|
This is an easy-to-grow, nutritious, cool-season crop that will give you an early harvest.
|50F – 75F||Full Sun – Part Shade||8 Per Bed|
Basil is an annual herb closely identified with Italian cooking, although it is originally from India.
|70F – 90F||Full Sun||10 Per Bed|
The most popular garden vegetable crop, tomatoes come in a wide range of sizes, shapes and colors.
|65F – 75F||Full Sun||4 Per Bed|