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Edible Landscape Design
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to mix in with vegetables. They are very common and can be bought at any local nursery. Their leaves are as beautiful as the flower.
one season) to mix in with vegetables
Edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms. Rose petals are edible as well, though the flavor varies from plant to plant. In the vegetable beds, squash blossoms can
violets, pansies and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms. Rose petals are edible as well, though the flavor varies from plant to plant. In the vegetable beds, squash blossoms can be harvested and are delicious when stuffed and fried, or tucked into a quesadilla. Be safe and remember to keep pesticides
While planning your vegetable garden, try to incorporate companion plants for improved plant health. Good partners for tomato plants include members of the onion family, carrots, parsley, cucumbers, nasturtiums and marigolds.
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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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'Jade' Green Beans Growing in a Window Box
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'Jade' Green Beans Growing in a Window Box
'Jade' green beans growing in a window box. With the right organic soil mix and plenty of water, green beans can thrive in window boxes or other containers. Photo by Steve Masley
decide to grow a vining type, add the support structure before you plant.
9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the better choice, thanks to their compact growing habit
thrive. If you do decide to grow a vining type, add the support structure before you plant.
9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the better choice, thanks to their compact growing habit. Fortunately, this
“9. Bush beans. Technically, both types of snap beans can grow in a container, but bush beans are the” — jrutter
The New York Botanical Garden
Floribunda rose
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stays low and compact, growing to 3 feet tall. Throw out the sprays after planting 'Marmalade Skies' — you won't need them. Grow it in zones 5 to 9.
Marmalade Skies is a floribundas rose that grows in compact 3' shrub. Throws out sprays of roses. Zones 5-9
continuous bloomer with a sweet, fruity fragrance, and it stays low and compact, growing to 3 feet tall. Throw out the sprays after planting 'Marmalade Skies' — you won't need them. Grow it in zones 5 to 9.
Marmalade Skies -- easy rose to grow
fragrance, and it stays low and compact, growing to 3 feet tall. Throw out the sprays after planting 'Marmalade Skies' — you won't need them. Grow it in zones 5 to 9.
displaying. It's a continuous bloomer with a sweet, fruity fragrance, and it stays low and compact, growing to 3 feet tall. Throw out the sprays after planting 'Marmalade Skies' — you won't need them. Grow it in zones 5 to 9.
“Marmalade Skies -- easy rose to grow” — donna32
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A Vegetable Garden in the Shade
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A Vegetable Garden in the Shade
great use of yard space to grow leafy greens
Veggies you can grow in the shade
Taken from "Growing edibles in less sun" article.
percent) plan to grow edibles, like vegetables and herbs, in their yards. “We get a lot of requests for vegetable garden beds,” says Sue Chan, a principal at Huettl Landscape Architecture. Andolina, though, says he cautions clients on the maintenance involved with growing vegetables. “People don’t realize
realize just how much time vegetable gardens take,” he says. “They sound great in theory, but most of my clients who have done a vegetable garden in the past don’t request them.” Perhaps that’s why our survey found that 70 percent of homeowners planning to add a vegetable garden will be doing so for the
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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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'Sweet 100' cherry tomatoes growing in a 15-gallon terra-cotta pot. Container-grown tomatoes are more susceptible to blossom end rot, but cherry tomatoes like 'Sweet 100', 'Sungold', and 'Black Cherry' rarely have this problem. Photo by Steve Masley
blossom-end rot — the smaller the tomato, the easier it is to grow. Plant them in at least a 7-gallon container. Steve Masley Consulting and Design Landscape Architects & Designers Container Vegetable Gardens 'Sweet 100' cherry tomatoes growing in a 15-gallon terra-cotta pot. Container-grown tomatoes are
tomato, the easier it is to grow. Plant them in at least a 7-gallon container.
7 gallon container, easier to grow
CHERRY TOMATOES Try cherry tomatoes. Tomatoes are great container plants, but it’s easy to forget to water them
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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Masley builds organic soil amendments into the soil from the very beginning. The nutrients slowly release throughout the growing season, so all you need to do is water.
soil for vegetable potting needs: 1 part coarse builder's sand; 2 parts good sifted garden compost; 1 part rehydrated coir (coconut husk
beginning. The nutrients slowly release throughout the growing season, so all you need to do is water. Coir is preferable to peat moss because peat moss repels water on e it dries out.
CONTAINER GARDENING Prep your soil. Ask people who grow a lot of edibles for their secret, and chances are they
2. Prep your soil. Ask people who grow a lot of edibles for their secret, and chances are they will all tell you the same thing: good soil. Container gardens need soil that is quick draining
“Masley has devised his own organic potting mix recipe: One part coarse (builder’s) sand Two parts” — PRADHYUT BHANDARI
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Shed Garden
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Cool-season vegetable garden: Popular and easy to grow in fall and spring: beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, chard, kale, lettuces, leeks, peas, radishes and spinach.
Root crops like carrots & beets will continue to grow easily into fall
root vegetables like carrots and beets. plant early in spring. protect from bunnies
else to do in October? It's easy to become obsessed with leaf raking and other fall chores right in front of you. But remember what a great planting time this is. Plant cool-season vegetables. Most fall–spring crops need well-prepared soil in full sun. These are easy to grow from seeds sown directly in
Plant good-sized seedlings Raising vegetables from seed can add weeks onto the time it takes them to mature, particularly during the colder months. To make sure you have good-sized seedlings ready to plant in the cooler months, either sow seed for winter vegetables in late summer or autumn or buy punnets
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Great Plant Combinations
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the rest. This easy-care densely branched and compact conifer has a depression in the middle like a nest (hence its name). Blue nest spruce is slow growing and would be suitable as a specimen in a rock garden or at the front of a mixed border. Origin: Garden hybrid Where it will grow: Hardy to -40
very slow growing Benefits and tolerances: Deer and rabbit resistant; low maintenance When to plant: Spring or fall
FOLIAGE PLANT: Nest Spruce (Picea mariana ‘Ericoides’) The unusual blue-gray needled foliage is what sets this spruce apart from the rest. This easy-care densely
from the rest. This easy-care densely branched and compact conifer has a depression in the middle like a nest (hence its name).Blue nest spruce is slow growing and would be suitable as a specimen in a rock garden or at the front of a mixed border. Origin: Garden hybridWhere it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees
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