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Raised-box herb garden

32 Indispensable Herbs

Get our easy step-by-step instructions for how to build a raised bed for vegetables and other crops in your garden.

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More Unique Garden Containers You Never Thought Of

Reuse re-purpose old rain gutters as planters. Reuse a vintage laundry wash tub to catch the run-off and re-circulate

Cobbled path - wouldn't this make a wonderful suburban side yard?

Narrow shady path Turn a boring side yard strip of grass into a shady, luxuriant garden! Good use of boxwood shapes to add high style & advanced design look. Fluffy foliage against square boxwood with the blue hostas.

The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide - Grow Harvest Cook Preserve at An Oregon Cottage

The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide: Grow, Harvest, Cook & Preserve

Lots of Rhubarb recipes: The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide - Grow Harvest Cook Preserve at An Oregon Cottage

vertical garden from old crates, Cool Vertical Gardening Ideas, http://hative.com/cool-vertical-gardening-ideas/,

20+ Cool Vertical Gardening Ideas

dreaming of a full divider herb wall! Who says you don't have any room for an herb garden. could make a gorgeous living wall/divider for privacy

Beautiful edible landscaping with a rainbow garden bed (the Eden Project)

Grow a Rainbow Salad Garden Bed

Picking vegetables at the Eden Project - St Blazey, Cornwall, England. This is a polyculture design of permaculture. Conventional farming uses monoculture planting, which makes the plant more susceptible to pests and disease.

Landscaping solutions for the base of trees. Reduce weed-eating by planting around trees. Some of my favorite ideas for plants and styles.

4 Season End Garden Tasks You Shouldn’t Skip

These 4 season end garden tasks will improve your soil, reduce the weeds you have in the spring, and get your soil warmed up so you can plant earlier.

***Perennial Veggies

Perennial Vegetables: Grow More Food With Less Work - Organic Gardening

Look at how pretty it is when the principles of permaculture are applied correctly. "Layering shade-tolerant veggies under taller plants is a permaculture technique.

Grow strawberries up a pole!  (Say WHAT?!!!!)  I love the photo.

pinner says---Growing strawberries vertically. This idea is great for fence posts in the veggie garden. Use the posts to run the supports for climbing plants like beans peas and cucumbers

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