Cucumber Plants
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Hello, I have a gardening question about my garden beds. I have two beds that are both 6″x3″. In one I want to put cucumbers

Zone N9E1X3 | briansimone3 added on February 24, 2019 | Answered

and pole beans. In the other I want to put three tomato plants. Are the garden beds large enough? Thanks for the advice. Look ing forward to a great growing season.

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    drtreelove
    Answered on February 25, 2019

    6" x 3"? No. Only suitable for a single small plant,
    6' x 3' then Yes for the three tomato plants in one, one or two pole bean poles and two to four cucumbers that can cascade over and trail outside the box.
    The better you prepare the soil with compostand mineralized complete organic fertilizer, the more intensely you can plant the beds with nutrition for all. And good water management is important too.

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