Aloe Designs designed a raised custom cedar wood vegetable bed that's packed and compact, filled with carrots, kale, garlic, corn, beans, arugula, peppers, squash, lettuces, kale and basil.

Aloe Designs designed a raised custom cedar wood vegetable bed that's packed and compact, filled with carrots, kale, garlic, corn, beans, arugula, peppers, squash, lettuces, kale and basil.

Plant Alyssum under tomatoes

Plant Alyssum under tomatoes

Plant Alyssum under tomatoes to attract pollinators. Expert tips-> Plant in full sun and give them at least of space to grow. Enhance soil with epsom salt to fertilize plants. Water o…

Raised bed vegetable   garden. Maybe just two large beds, one on either side of the unused area with a DG or pea gravel around the edges?

Raised bed vegetable garden. Maybe just two large beds, one on either side of the unused area with a DG or pea gravel around the edges?

Side Yard Vegetable Garden and DIY Planter Boxes at www.momontimeout.com #ad

Side Yard Vegetable Garden - Small Space Solutions

Side Yard Vegetable Garden and DIY Planter Boxes at www.momontimeout.com #ad

With 6x6's, simple woven corner design. In our case, only 2 boards (11") high. Should be easy to assemble/disassemble.

20 Raised Bed Garden Designs and Beautiful Backyard Landscaping Ideas

With 6x6's, simple woven corner design. In our case, only 2 boards (11") high. Should be easy to assemble/disassemble.

La manera más práctica de armar una huerta es creando jardineras elevadas como esta

Grow vegetables in the front yard

La manera más práctica de armar una huerta es creando jardineras elevadas como esta

Container Gardening | The trick to planting herbs in containers is to match the pot size to the adult size of the plant. Smaller herbs — like chervil,chives, cilantro, marjoram, oregano, parsley, sage, savory, tarragon and thyme — can be grown in containers that are 6 to 12" deep and preferably up to 12" wide. Basil, lavender and lemongrass prefer 16 - 18" containers at a minimum, and rosemary and dill do best in even larger pots.

Container Gardening | The trick to planting herbs in containers is to match the pot size to the adult size of the plant. Smaller herbs — like chervil,chives, cilantro, marjoram, oregano, parsley, sage, savory, tarragon and thyme — can be grown in containers that are 6 to 12" deep and preferably up to 12" wide. Basil, lavender and lemongrass prefer 16 - 18" containers at a minimum, and rosemary and dill do best in even larger pots.

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