Vegetable gardens are first and foremost functional. If your vegetable garden doesn't produce great food, what's the point? It can be a simple tomato patch or a German four-square, but the result should be the same.
Usually vegetable gardens are laid out to make give each vegetable what it needs to grow, to squeeze in as many plants as you can and to make it easy to work in the garden. But there's no rule that vegetable gardens can't reflect the gardeners personality just as well as a flower garden. If vegetable gardening is your passion, let your imagination flow. Vegetable gardens don't have to be hidden from view anymore.
|Quick and Functional.||Companion Planting||Rustic Precision||A Rainbow of Lettuce|
|Invite Them into Your Garden.||Chicks and Ducks||Free Form Garden||Gardening Outside the Box|
|Tiered Raised Beds||Four x Four||Fit for a Feast||Talk About Eating Fresh|
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