ValdesContemporary Landscape, San Diego

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Design ideas for a contemporary drought-tolerant and full sun backyard vegetable garden landscape in San Diego. —  Houzz
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Annie Thornton added this to 12 Tips to Help You Start an Edible GardenJanuary 21, 2020

3. If You Don’t Have a Backyard, Find an AlternativeYou don’t need a big backyard to grow food. Patios and decks can make for great gardens. They can even offer advantages over traditional beds since they often have plenty of light. You may also want to consider building a front yard vegetable garden. It’s a great way to bring the neighborhood together.

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SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design added this to Featured on HouzzFebruary 7, 2020

12 tips tp help you start an edible garden feature

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Jane P added this to gardensFebruary 2, 2020

Oh where can we get these? Imagine them along the east fence where the cedars used to be!

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Janet Huber added this to HerbsFebruary 2, 2020

The tubs that are used for these raised beds are the galvanized metal tubs you can buy at TRACTOR SUPPLY

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