A brief history
I built my raised garden sometime ago and it is all organic. Recently I decided to upgrade it and add another section. The "Original Garden" was also built in conjunction with the "Open Air Doghouse" and "The-Doggy Garden Fence" So really you could say this is the 4th installment of this area.
This is a raised garden in which I have crammed a lot of plants into. I know some people will say "Hey those are to close together" and " Those plants don't like each other" but I have worked to ensure all of my plants get along (We have a weekly group therapy meeting every Friday). The real idea here is to have the plants shade each other and keep each other cool. It has worked pretty well so far.
The big difference this time is I planted corn in order to have some corn on the cob with my meals and to create a shade barrier for my other plants. I know it won't shade them all day but in the late part of the day every little bit helps. Oh and I will have some corn on the cob!!!!!!
On to the Instructable, here are the details of the vegetable plants I planted.
Step 1: Supplies, Plants, and Tools
Here are the plants I added to the garden
1 Yellow Bell Pepper plants
1 Squash 6 Okra plants
2 sweet banana pepper plants
27 seeds of corn
A packet of radish seeds
A packet of chive seeds
A packet of carrot seeds
High heat tomato plan
Here are the material supplies I used in the garden
27 castle stones (from [Lowes])
7 bags of Omni Grow Compost [(from Home Depot)]
1/4 ton of 1/4 minus crushed Navaho Red rock.
Shovels Spade and Flat blade
Pneumatic nail gun