How to Beautify Your Veggie Garden
By our friends at Fix.comThink your vegetable garden has to be all straight rows and boring crops? Think again: Flowering plants have a place in the vegetable garden. And many flowering plants are edible, too—meaning you can eat them and enjoy their beauty. Annuals reward in a vegetable garden with quick growth; many of them also attract pollinators and can be eaten, too. But annuals must be planted every year. Perennials, on the other hand, renew themselves each year even as they have short bloom time. As some grow, they also deter pests. There are also DIY ways to display and combine plants to boost a garden’s beauty. Use this graphic from our friends at Fix.com for ideas and inspiration to improve the beauty of your own vegetable garden. Source: Fix.com Blog
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