So you want to have an ideal garden, or an ideal orchard, where all plants are lined up in perfect rows. The thing is, though... How many plants exactly do you need? With out plant spacing calculator, you will now answer this question in a few seconds - and whether you will use a rectangular grid or triangular spacing, you will be able to calculate the amount of plants in no time at all. Make sure to take a look at the mulch calculator, too.
A rectangular grid of plants is fairly simple to understand: you divide the area into squares of equal side length, and put one plant at each corner. On the other hand, if you want triangular spacing, you need to create a lattice of equilateral triangles (they all have sides of the same length, and all internal angles are equal to 60 degrees).