Peanut butter and jelly… Mac and cheese… Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
Perfect combinations make life a little happier.
Just like favorite flavors and power couples, your garden can benefit from great combinations, too.
Who says veggies need to be relegated to the backyard? Beautifully blending veggies, fruit, herbs, and flowers means you can show off your gorgeous combinations wherever you like: in the front landscape, planted along a walkway, dressing up your traditional kitchen garden, or placed on patios, porches, or balconies.
No matter the size of your garden (or lack of green space), you can grow delicious edibles combined with ornamentals for garden-to-table meals and pretty displays. (Plus, have you seen some of the latest veggie introductions? They’re too beautiful to hide in the backyard!)
Wonderful ideas for those living on smaller lots. I think of those living in senior housing. If they have raised bed, they could add to the food supply especially in these times. Grocery shelves have empty spaces now.