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Shawna Coronado
A Vegetable Garden in the Shade
A Vegetable Garden in the Shade
Took out the grass and made it all raised vegetable garden - also like the fence -- and this is all in the shade
Love the purple furniture in the veggie garden!
lots of edibles in this garden.
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 first time
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 just
“color chairs” — houseof5dogs
Traditional Landscape
vegetable garden incorporated into patio/retaining wall
Stone and gravel classic garden path "polish rustic"
Pretty. The pairs and trios of plants in the food garden give it extra decorative appeal.
Vegetable gardens are great when the can be incorporated into the surrounding landscape.
STEP 7: Avoid competition from existing vegetationTry not to place vegetable garden beds too close to large trees and shrubs, as they will compete with your plants for moisture, nutrients and light. If a neighbour’s tree is shading your garden, you can trim overhanging branches back, but its roots may
may still spread into your property and steal valuable nutrients from the soil. In this case, you may need to find another position for your vegetable patch.
“half wall between apricot tree and patio?” — jdjd99
Earth Mama Landscape Design
11 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Once a forgotten, moldy putting green —now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil
purchased the beautiful iron wire forms pictured in the raised bed garden shown here. I have googled the life out of it and cannot find them. Thank you, Jill
What is better for a vegetable garden, full sun or partial?
The general rule for gardens is full sun, because most vegetables need 6-10 hours of sun a day to thrive. However, in hot climates like Dallas or desert areas, partial shade in the middle of the day gives you more flexibility in what to plant. If your garden gets full sun, you can use shade
“Garden” — valeriedhunter
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
that empty space in the yard. And while most vegetables did great in the summer heat, there were those plants that literally went to seed when faced with warm temperatures. That’s when the cool-season garden comes into play. A cool-season vegetable garden is filled with plants that prefer the cooler
frost dates. While cool-season crops can even handle some frost, you’ll need to pay attention to air and soil temperatures to get the most out of your garden. This means planting early enough in fall to allow plants to reach maturity before hard frosts hit or daytime temperature drops too low (usually below
“diversity of plants” — ijanms
site lines architecture inc.
1 Review
to have his vegetable garden on the roof (perhaps to keep it safe from hungry animals).
Green roof = Deer proof garden, insulation
his vegetable garden on the roof (perhaps to keep it safe from hungry animals).
This homeowner elected to have his vegetable garden on the
make something beautiful also--though this garden is just plain without imagination.
greenroof veggie garden and rain barrel
A properly designed green roof will also have a root barrier to stop plants from trying to root too deep. This homeowner elected to have his vegetable garden on the roof (perhaps to keep it safe from hungry animals).
A properly designed green roof will also have a root barrier to stop plants from trying to root too deep.This homeowner elected to have his vegetable garden on the roof (perhaps to keep it safe from hungry animals).
“very cool” — ophilino
Aloe Designs
14 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
Custom multi-level cedar raised vegetable beds.
enclosed vegetable garden would prevent deers
Like the idea of box gardens
a kitchen garden. The edible garden movement is growing by leaps and bounds, and in many suburban areas it's no longer uncommon to see tomatoes and peppers growing in the front yard and expanses of grass given up in favor of raised vegetable beds. A family of four doesn't need a huge garden to provide
in your slippers? Consider relocating your vegetable garden from the back of your yard to right against your patio or deck. If something is getting in the way of your enjoying your garden, then now is the time to get a sheet of paper, map out your property and evaluate how it’s really used. Be sure to
“Raised beds” — doncla
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Bradstone Madoc Wall Used As A Raised Garden
Bradstone Madoc Wall Used As A Raised Garden
of a number of stones in a single, easy to handle, "Z" shaped Madoc block. Madoc can be used for garden walls, piers, steps, outdoor kitchens, firepits, seat walls, waterfalls, planters, and raised gardens. FREE CATALOG: ... More Product Information: ...
Love gardens where you do not have to bend over as much to work in them.
Perfect garden beds in stone not wood planter boxes. Great for drought, not much lawn in yard to water.
Stake and train: July brings fast growth in the veggie garden. Stake plants regularly to optimize the plant’s exposure to sunlight, enhance air circulation, keep fruits and vegetables out of the soil (where pests and plagues are lying in wait), and to make harvesting easier
“Veg” — jenniferverheul
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
Herb & vegetable Garden design idea
fencing around garden to keep out deer
Protect garden from hungry little animals
Keeps the critters out of the vegetable patch.
If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to see and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by
If you want: to frame a gardenIf you’re after a fence for a garden or veggie patch, go for country charm. Keep the height lower than the wider fence line, but still high enough to keep kids and pets
“garden fence” — angelacorbet
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