25 Edible Garden Ideas

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25 Edible Garden Ideas -- grow herbs and vegetables no matter the size of your yard @Remodelaholic

25 Edible Garden Ideas

Hey guys, it’s Cecily from Ceci Bean back with another roundup of ideas which I hope will inspire you in your home.

In January, we looked at inspiring attic spaces and in February, I shared some clever closet-turned-offices. I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to heading outside to start prepping my yard for a summer of entertaining and gardening.

Whether your space is large enough to hold a full-blown kitchen garden, or barely big enough for a few pots of herbs, there is always a way to incorporate fresh homegrown produce into your home. Even small pots along a windowsill can be a great space to start. So if you’re itching to put your green thumb to work, take a look at these great examples, both large and small, of spots to grow some veggies.

You can put your green thumb to work, no matter the size of your yard. Check out 25 bountiful vegetable and herb gardens of all sizes.
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Recycled Wood and Metal Edible Garden

Recycled Wood and Metal Edible Garden | SF Gate

Custom Raised Garden Boxes

Custom Raised Garden Boxes | Remodelaholic

Bronze Water Trough Beds

Bronze Water Trough Beds | Gardenista

Driveway Turned Edible Garden

Driveway Turned Edible Garden | Bloomtown by Darcy Daniels

Concrete Container Garden

Concrete Container Garden | Better Homes and Gardens

Casual Kitchen Garden

Casual Kitchen Garden | Country Living

Eclectic Modern Garden

Eclectic Modern Garden | Houzz

Edible Herb Wall

Edible Herb Wall | Plant to Plate

Edibles Window Box

Edibles Window Box | Fine Gardening

Wine Barrel Garden

Wine Barrel Garden | Yes Spaces

Linear Lettuce Garden

Linear Lettuce Garden | Senga Lindsay via City Farmer News

Cottage Garden

Cottage Garden | Shorties Funny Farm via Remodelaholic

Planting Table Garden

Planting Table Garden | Apartment Therapy

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