Vegetable Garden Design

TASK 1:
Select two varieties of each vegetable plant (sometimes called cultivars) that you have selected to be a part of your garden plan. You will have a total of 6 types of plants. In the boxes provided below, write what each of these two varieties are and what unique feature(s) led you to choose them and the citation (Website URL, catalogs, bulletins etc.) from which you got your information.
For example, ‘Abraham Lincoln’ is a heirloom variety of tomato that is resistant to forming cracks on the skin of the fruit, and ‘Ancho’ is a delicious mildly hot variety of pepper that is heart-shaped with a thick skin making it a great pepper for stuffing when cooked. Note that generic terms such as cherry tomato, bell pepper, and hot pepper are not correct answers for this task.
Vegetable plant 1 type:

Cultivar 1
Name
Description
Citation

Cultivar 2
Name
Description
Citation

Vegetable plant 2 type:

Cultivar 1
Name
Description
Citation

Cultivar 2
Name
Description
Citation

Vegetable plant 3 type:

Cultivar 1
Name
Description
Citation

Cultivar 2
Name
Description
Citation

TASK 2: Develop a garden plan. To do this, assume that your garden space is 15 feet wide and 10 feet long. Use the box below to develop your plan noting the north-facing arrow to help you visualize your garden space’s orientation. The box space provided below is partitioned into three smaller areas to help you visualize your space – this is your garden space! Within the boxes provided, creatively locate where in your garden space you will grow your three vegetable plant types. Do this by placing small symbols representing the approximate placement of individual plants in your garden space according to their growth habit. You must use three separate and unique symbols, one for each plant type, to receive full credit. Do not simply insert one symbol/photo per plant type or fill the boxes with random symbols that do not represent a thoughtful planting plan.