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Beautiful creeping jenny in shade garden by krista

shaded path (hostas in back, love the golden creeping jenny). Garden path is curving to back right of pin, a bit hard to see it. gorgeous shaded setting too!

Edible Garden How-To -  Rosalind Creasy’s 100-Square-Foot Garden - by estela

Fall/Winter/Spring : Beautiful edible garden that blends right into the landscape and helps fight pests. Why should a veggie garden be restricted to boring rows? Several garden plantings provided with exact vegetables and field notes.

Backyard Ideas on a Budget

71 Fantastic Backyard Ideas on a Budget

Ewa in the Garden: 24 beautiful photos of edible landscape ideas - hand interior design ideas garden design

20+ Ideas for your home veggie garden - tradional kitchen garden

20+ Ideas For Your Home Veggie Garden

Ideas for your home veggie garden - traditional kitchen garden. This is loaded with ideas, worth a look if you are going to have a veggie garden this year!

How to grow: figs

How to grow: figs

Once established, figs are a drought tolerant fruit tree! Tips on growing fig trees! (Ficus carica, or 'Brown Turkey' fig)

Kitchen Garden

Growing food in the shade - What can you grow in a permaculture food garden that’s mostly shaded? An important permaculture principle is to plant things where they are going to do their best.

Days to Harvest: A newly planted asparagus patch should not be harvested for its first year -- it needs this time to become established in the garden. The second year, you can harvest selectively over a two-week period. The third year, harvest over four weeks. The fourth year and beyond, you may harvest over an 8- to 10-week period, up until new shoots emerge thin and spindly.  When to Plant: Plant crowns in early-mid spring, as soon as the soil can be worked. Keep the asparagus patch free…

Asparagus Growing Guide