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How many plants do you need?
Dense plantings help to prohibit weeds and conserve moisture in the soil. As a general rule, spacing plants between 12" and 15" apart for most new garden plantings is a good idea.
If planting with 15" spacing, calculate your square footage (length x width) and divide by 1.56 to determine number of plants needed. Example: 8 x10' area = 80SF/1.56 = 51 plants. If planting with 12" spacing, your SF = # of plants needed.