Seeding Square: A Color-Coded Seed Spacer (Garden Template) to Optimize and Organize Your Vegetable Garden
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- This square foot tool gives the perfect amount of space to all seeds and seedlings when planting a vegetable garden – based off of Square Foot Gardening spacing techniques
- The entire kit with its; optimally spaced color-coded holes, planting guide, seed dibber (with depth markings), seed spoon, and seed funnel make planting a vegetable garden easy and fun
- It creates a garden with plants that are organized and has no wasted space. This results in more vegetables per square foot, fewer weeds, and any weeds that do come in are easy to spot
- Perfect for all: ages and skill levels, sizes of garden and types of vegetable
- Planting can be done in rows (large gardens) or by the square foot (planter boxes or raised beds). It is made from sturdy plastic, the pieces all clip together and it comes in a reusable plastic storage bag.
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|Item Dimensions||11.81 x 11.81 x 1.18 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SS1000|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Standard Amazon Policy|
|Shipping Weight||0.48 pounds|
This square foot template helps you maximize growth in limited space. The concept is based off the popular gardening method, Square Foot Gardening, whereby seeds are sown in specific positions within a square foot, allowing enough room for each to grow to maturity without wasting space. Simple to use, the template shows correct seed spacing with color-coded holes matched to a planting chart of 46 types of vegetables, allowing you to quickly know where to drop seed or seedling. A graduated dibber with depth markings takes the guesswork out of setting the right planting depth. The dibber also functions as a seed spoon, which can be used with the included funnel to deposit tiny seeds accurately. When done seeding a square foot section, the impressions left in the soil allow you to line up the template for the next square foot, thus letting you use it to plant your entire garden. Made from sturdy plastic, it’s a tool that will last year after year.
Top customer reviews
I must admit, when I first saw this square, I was hesitant to purchase it in fear of owning another "gadget" that I would not use again in the future. However, after it arrived today, I was convinced that this would be a keepsake in my family that I could hand down to grandchildren!
Firstly, I was really amazed at the superior quality of the square. The plastic is not flimsy and I loved the crystal-clear colored markings!
Secondly, earlier this month, I decided to plant a fall garden and had to use a see-through ruler, the spacing instructions on each packet, plus "guess-timation" to figure out where to plant the seeds. This was so laborious and time-consuming! I will never have to go through this again because the square along with the well-laid out instructions will take all the guess work out of planting seeds.
I look forward to using the square to plant more seeds in my square foot garden this season and wish I could buy several more of these squares so we can use multiple ones to speed up the planting process, but am very grateful for the one I was able to buy on Amazon. To me, it's worth every dime I paid for it!
This tool took out ALL of the guesswork and it was actually fun using this with my teenaged son and toddler boy helping out!
I cannot imagine ever planting a garden without one of these as a guide. What an incredible tool!
The only thing I wish different is that they would have marked the Dibber at 1/4', and 1/2' as well as the at the 1' to 4' increments. My vegetables all required a depth of 1/4 to 1/2 inch and the first depth mark on dibber is at 1 inch.