Succession Gardening and Angst
thank you to dawn and others who have mentioned this and i sort of get it and plan to try it.but i realized why it gave me a panic attack when i tried to figure it out before.i would be fine getting little seedlings ready to plop into empty spaces where certain crops have finished up.but once you factor in trying to rotate AND companion plants it seems very complicated.I planted a lot of tomatoes and peppers last 2 years.they took up most of my space in two beds.so they are both in solanaceous family,right? well my other bed is strawberries and had garlic.and other bed had squash.and had other plants here and there like eggplant,onions,greens.
well trying to think succession,rotation and companion is blowing all my fuses,my brain is too challenged.
not to mention i hate killing all the little volunteer plants which will determinedly pop up in wrong places.i am the worst thinner ever was.
garden angst is growing