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Choosing mulch for vegetable garden beds can be intimidating. The good news is that there are lots of great vegetable garden mulches to choose from! In this post, you’ll learn all about the different types, including the benefits and cautions of each, which ones to avoid, and how to choose the best mulch for vegetables
Building a vertical garden is the best way to add height to your landscape. But there are lots of things to consider when designing your own
I’m always looking for new varieties of crops I can grow that will add color to my garden. Varieties of our favorites, like colorful carrots, purple cauliflower, yellow beans, white radishes and rainbow corn have been around for a long time. Swiss chard – Chard is not only delicious and easy to grow, it comes in rainbow of colors – red, orange, yellow, dark purple, pink, and even white. Onions – Onions are another staple in the garden, and it’s just as easy to grow yellow onions as it is to grow white and red onions.
Trellis structures are probably the most well known type of plant support systems, and they come in many different shapes and sizes (from a small fan trellis to a larger structure). You can plant small picture frames for hanging on a wall or fence, or create larger living pieces of art to display on an easel in your garden. These growing systems make clever use of pots and planters to create vertical gardens that don’t require any garden space at all. So be sure to take some time to think about which vertical growing systems you could use to make your garden look amazing.