In recent years people have been switching over to organically grown produce, farmers markets have sprung up practically over night, and people are starting to grow vegetables in their backyards. With such a push toward self-servant agriculture people are learning to incorporate a food rich garden into a stunning garden, creating an edible landscape.
Ripe red roman tomatoes replace roses, while grape vines look like morning glories. All the colors and life of a vegetable garden is organized to create a breathtaking landscape. You would hardly know that it isn’t flowers you are staring at, but vegetables.
This type of garden doesn’t just provide a pretty site, but it also gives you delicious vegetables that you know were grown without harmful pesticides since they came from your backyard.
Both a flower garden and a vegetable garden take a lot of hard work, so why not reap the benefits of the latter. You can grow your corn and your sunflowers, plant your carrots and your cosmos. This mix of beauty and function will create a wonderful landscape wherever you live.
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