The following content also has some reference value for raised garden beds.Now let's continue with the tips of creating beautiful vegetables garden.
7. Think like a designer
Say it three times so you will remember that repetition is the key to unity. This garden is a good example of this garden design principle in practice: the bright red poppy flowers echo the round fruits of tomatoes. The climbing rose on the arbor is very similar to the orange trollius and eupatorium in the far corner. The warm color penetrates the line so that the classification of plants does not appear random.
8. Growing in container
Add containers of edible plants to your garden design - or to decks and yards - to expand your planting space. In these galvanized barrels, the alternating green and dark red lettuce form a sharp contrast. Eternal strawberries can also grow well in flowerpots or baskets; The red fruit hanging on the edge looks attractive and easy to harvest. For more visual interest, please choose color containers for your plants.
9. Make sure you cover
Covering is more than just decorative - it makes your garden easier to maintain. An inch or two of mulch can help your soil retain moisture in hot, dry weather and prevent most weeds from sprouting. In addition, mulch can prevent many soil borne diseases from splashing onto plant leaves and infecting them. Put another layer on your path so that you don't get your feet dirty when you are in the garden.
10. Choose beautiful varieties
Flowers are not the only way to add color to your garden design - many vegetables can do the same. For example, Swiss beets can add a bright flavor to a bed. Other attractive vegetables include eggplant, red cabbage, purple turnip and red leaf lettuce. Different tomatoes and peppers produce red, orange, yellow, cream, purple and green fruits. Many herbs, including thyme, chives and parsley, can beautify the landscape of the vegetable garden.
11. Take the birds
Experienced gardeners know the value of attracting birds to the garden. Many common species, including robins, anti tongued birds, wrens and warblers, eat harmful insects. Put a water source in your garden to attract your feather friends to visit. Here, a simple water basin placed in herbs attracts them. Birds will also like nearby shelters, so if possible, plant a shrub or small tree near your garden.
12. Add decoration
Use garden decorations - from birdhouses to statues - to beautify your planting space. Anything, as long as it suits your personal style. This simple birdhouse adds vertical interest and provides a habitat for birds.