Plant spacings

In the following list, all spacings are according to Mel in SFG (chapter 18 of the original book) unless otherwise indicated (Mel left a few out!)

Basil 1/sqft
Beans: bush (French) 9/sqft
Beans: pole (Runner) 8/sqft
Beets 16/sqft
Broccoli 1/sqft
Cabbage 1/sqft
Carrots 16/sqft
Cauliflower 1/sqft
Celery 4/sqft (6″)
Chard(Swiss) 4/sqft
Corn 1/sqft
Cucumbers 2/sqft in a row of 4 sqft (6″ apart along middle of sqft row)
Daffodils 36/sqft
Eggplant 1/sqft
Garlic 4/sqft (6″) Some say 9/sqft (4″)
Leeks 9/sqft (see special technique in 2/96 OG)
Lettuce 4/sqft
Marjoram 4/sqft (according to sqft reader Kevin M. Wilson)
Muskmelons 1/sqft (grow in row of 4 squares, on trellis)
Okra 1-2/sqft
Onions 16/sqft
Oregano 1/4sqft
Parsley 4/sqft
Peas 8/sqft
Peppers 1/sqft
Potatoes 1/sqft
Radishes 16/sqft
Savory 1/sqft
Scallions 36/sqft (2″)
Spinach 9/sqft
Squash Summer: vine-type 3/4sqft (see special grid); bush-type 1/3sqft

Winter: 1/2sqft (see special grid)

Thyme 4/sqft
Tomatoes bush-type: 4/4sqft (see special grid); vine-type 1/sqft (in row of 4 on trellis)
Watermelon bush-type 1/sqft; vine-type 1/2sqft – both kinds along trellis
Zucchini 1/sqft