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🌍 Czech republic

🌡️ Hardiness Zone: 13a

🕑 Medium

Gardening Time Available

🌱 Intermediate

Gardener Experience Level

🌿 Conventional

Gardening Style

💰 Medium

Gardening Budget

⚙️ Medium

Maintenance Preference

🎯 Gardening Goals

food, fragrance, hobby

🌼 Preferred Plant Types

flowers, herbs, vegetables, fruits, trees, grasses, aquatics, orchids

🤧 Allergies

No allergies

🧑‍🌾️ Personalized Recommendations from Garden Planner Free

Tailored suggestions for optimizing each space in your garden.

📍 Location: This space is located outdoor.
📐 Space Type & Dimensions:
It's a raised-bed space.
The space dimensions are: 150cm wide, 150cm high, 150cm long.
☀️ Sunlight: The space gets full-sun sunlight.
🌱 Soil Type: The soil in this space is primarily clay.
💦 Water Access: Water access is easy in this space.
💰 Value: This space could generate between $0 and $250 of produce per year.

Your personalized recommendations for this space

📚 Reason for recommending cherry-tomatoes

Cherry tomatoes are a popular vegetable that can be used in many different dishes, making it a great choice for food and hobby gardening goals. They also require medium maintenance, making it suitable for intermediate gardeners.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Cherry-Tomatoes image
Cherry-Tomatoes
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $250.0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $50.0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 5.0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending lavender

Lavender is a fragrant herb that is popular for its ornamental and medicinal uses. It is also a relatively easy plant to care for, making it a good choice for intermediate gardeners with a conventional gardening style.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Lavender image
Lavender
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $40.0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $40.0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 1.0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.

📚 Reason for recommending fake plant 1

This is a fake plant for demonstration purposes.

🌱 How to Plant

Seeds of this fake plant should be sown 1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil. The soil should be kept moist until the seedlings emerge.

🍅 Compatibility with other plants

This fake plant is a great companion plant for tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus. It also repels mosquitoes and flies.

🌾 Fertilizers to use

This fake plant prefers fertile, well-draining soil. Organic fertilizers such as compost and aged manure can be added to the soil before planting. A balanced fertilizer can be applied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

✂️️ When and how to prune

This fake plant should be pinched back regularly to encourage bushier growth. The top few leaves should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed. Pruning should be done in the morning when the plant is dry.

🌻 Growth habits

This fake plant grows in a bushy form and can reach up to 30-60 cm in height. It is an annual plant that needs to be replanted every year.

🐜 Pest management

This fake plant is susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and Japanese beetles. Inorganic insecticides and organic options such as neem oil can be used to control these pests.

🌳 Maintenance Tips

This fake plant should be watered regularly and the soil should be kept moist. Mulching can help retain moisture in the soil. The plant should be fertilized regularly and pruned to prevent it from going to seed.

🔧 Additional Tips

This fake plant can be grown in pots or containers and can be brought indoors during the winter. The flowers should be removed to prevent the plant from going to seed.

Fake Plant 1 image
Fake Plant 1
  • 📅 Best planting time: April to May.
  • ☀️ Sunlight requirement: full-sun.
  • 💦 Water requirement: often.
  • 💰 Potential annual harvest value: $0.
  • 🪙 Harvest value per plant: $0.
  • 📅 Harvests per year: 0.
  • ⏳ Average days until harvest: 60.
  • 📏 Distance between crops: 20 cm.